When Are The Best Times To Use The Gold Digger Paddletail?
What could be the best times to use the Gold Digger Paddletail?
The Gold Digger Paddletail is a 3.5-inch soft plastic paddletail lure that is black in color with gold flecks sprinkled throughout the body.
The colors and design make this lure excel in certain specific scenarios.
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Best Times To Use The Gold Digger Paddletail [VIDEO]
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If you plan on fishing lower stages of the tide this spring, then you will want Gold Digger Paddletails in your tackle bag.
On the lower end of the tide, the water is a bit murky and darker than normal.
These are the best times to turn to the Gold Digger.
The silhouette of the lure stands out in murky water and the color gold needs less light to reflect than other colors making it the ideal soft plastic lure for fishing in dirtier water.
Additionally, our new Hoss Helix Hooks pair extremely well with any of our 3.5-inch paddletail lures.
The wide hook gap on these hooks will increase your hook-up ratio as well.
The Gold Digger excels in murky or dirty water because of the color scheme and its ability to stand out in the worst of conditions.
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Good info Richard. Justin was catching fish with it in clear water in his Ozello report.
Oh yeah it’s so good in many scenarios!
What sized weighted hooks are you using?
1/8 oz Chris!
Thanks for the info Richard. I might have to try the hooks but I like the Owners 3/0 1/8 oz Keep the videos coming I always learn something. Thanks again
No Problem Terry! The Hoss Helix hooks have a bit of a wider gap than the owner which I like.
Tony just did an article about fishing them in murky water just letting you know