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Side Rigging The Gilly For Big Bass!

In today’s video, I head out on Lake X with the kids to put the Berkley Powerbait Gilly to the test and it certainly did not disappoint! Check out the links below to get exactly what you need to Side Rig the Gilly! This method of rigging allows for maximum versatility!


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VMC Ringed Heavy Duty Wide Gap Hook:

Berkley Powerbait Gilly:

17lb Trilene 100% Fluorocarbon:

Abu Garcia IKE Delay Casting Rod 7’3″ Medium:

Abu Garcia REVO IKE Casting Reel:

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  1. The best way to rig it is with a wacky rig jig head through the nose and out the head. Positive hook sets more often then with the traditional rig. Again it’s as exciting as the fluke bite!!

  2. I miss a lot of hook sets on the gilly, it’s an amazing bait!! Triggers strike after strike but the hook has a hard time coming through the bait and into the fish.

  3. Vegas is off to a great start on the camera. He's listening to what dad SAYS and then SHOWS what dad is talking about. The worst thing a photographer can do is shoot and not show because the photographer is not listening to what the subject is saying. Vegas you're already in the top 10% of photographers out there because you're listening. If you're NEVER LAZY with your camera you'll move up to the top 3% of photographers. You're killin' it kid. IKE – thanks for the demo.

  4. Anyone know if they’re as soft as the issea gill flat? Or is this like when they knocked off the trash fish and they were hard as a rock and smelled like chemicals? 😂😂😂

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