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More Action From Minnows

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By Anonymous - Posted on 28 September 2010

Hooking them thru the tail. You want that extra action from your minnow which will attract more fish.

Too other fish, he is hurt and struggling to get away with back and forth motions. This seems easy prey for the prey fish.

Hooking thru the lip, eyes are a no no. Reason being that fish attact minnows head on.

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I have never tried this but it sounds like an idea.


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Pomoxis is a genus of freshwater fish in the sunfish family (family Centrarchidae) of order Perciformes. The type species is P. annularis, the white crappiei. The common name crappie (pronounced /ˈkræpiː/), refers to either of the Pomoxis species, both of which are extremely popular game fish.

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