takes a little while to get a method down with them but they are super productive on stockies if you get in a good flow and at the right depth. I have had days that I couldnt cast one without getting a hit and days were they werent very productive. I usally put one on the line on the opener when the hits slow down, usally brings a few more fish.ryanpgh said:i guess i need to give these trout magnets more of a try. I've fished them, but not very patiently. Its usually the last thing i put on before i say i'm going to the cooler for a yuengling."
I have mixed feelings about them. I would rather use spinners or smaller plastic twister tails over the magnets any day.ryanpgh said:i guess i need to give these trout magnets more of a try. I've fished them, but not very patiently. Its usually the last thing I put on before I say i'm going to the cooler for a yuengling."
bought a few spinners kinda like roostertails last year from basspro, I personally think they worked better than roostertails. have tried lots of diffrent spinners over the years and have found it doesnt matter much what style they are as long as they spin good and the fish like the color.ryanpgh said:I was at Dick's and I saw original Worden's rooster tails were up to $2.99 each. I saw Field & Stream brand "rooster tails" there as well for $1.49. I bought a white one and I'm interested to see if there is any difference in quality or performance. They look identical. Anyone try these yet?