The Best Ways To Rig The F.R.E.D. Paddletail Lure
Do you want to fool redfish every day?
It’s true, the new F.R.E.D. paddletail lure (Fooling Redfish Every Day) is a redfish slayer.
But you can also catch speckled trout, snook, and flounder with F.R.E.D.
All you need to know are the best ways to rig up this pink paddletail!
In this new video, you’ll learn our best rigging tips to get more strikes.
Check it out below!
Best Ways To Rig F.R.E.D. [VIDEO]
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There are different ways to rig paddletails depending on where you’re fishing and the conditions you’re fishing in.
When fishing on the flats in 4ft of water or less, my go-to is the Owner Weighted Twistlock Hook.
Aside from the hook, I like to use a loop knot for more play in the lure.
This will help for a more erratic movement in the water as it allows the lure to move freely.
For fishing in 4 ft of water or more, I like to use a jig head.
The weight in the head of this style of hook is great for fishing in deeper water or heavy current.
My go-to jig head for F.R.E.D. is the Trout Eye Jig Head.
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