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About samdinger
Location:
Silverton
Interests:
fishing, tying jigs
Occupation:
Supply Chain Manager
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Grew up on the farm so my only time to fish was during the winter. Dad started me on the nestucca and the molalla. As I went to college the Alsea got me hooked for good and I kept seeking out streams that I could go and do by myself as I didn't have a boat at the time. Now armed with both a drift boat and a pontoon I strive to find the hard to reach water that others pass up. I thoroughly enjoy tying jigs and seeing my own creations help other catch fish. If you would like to try some of my creations, visit Dinger Jigs' Facebook page.

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Sam Wurdinger
NW Steelheaders - Molalla Chapter

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Slinky shot size

by samdinger on 10-10-2012 at 09:36 PM
Quote Originally Posted by Back trolling View Post
I've never had the chance to side drift. For drift fishing I use 210, 250, and 195 in the summer. Normal walking speed water I normally use 210. In fast water I use 250 because I need more weight to get down fast. A short heavy slinky gets down faster then a longer slinky that weighs the same. In dirty medium to slow water I've had sucess with 250 also. The slinky actually holds the bottom and I bounce in down, this just keeps the bait in a zone longer.
.250. For everything.

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