Has Anyone Used Doc's Deep Water Texas Rigs?

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  1. TrpD345

    TrpD345 Senior Refuge Member

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    I am looking for something like them and I'm curious if anyone has ever used them? Trying to get a better picture of how they actually work.
     
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    cholt Senior Refuge Member

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    I would make my own if I was you I hunt deep water and shallow water so my lines are 10 ft for my divers and about 6 on my puddles go and buy a 500 ft roll of gator cord for weed eater and get you some crimps and some weights you can make what you want then and a lot of money saved I got about 50 bucks in material and have rigged about 80 decoys and still have some cord left
     
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  3. TrpD345

    TrpD345 Senior Refuge Member

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    I plan on making them myself, I was just trying to get a better picture of how he does them.
     
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    cholt Senior Refuge Member

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    10-4 saves you a lot of money not sure how he does his but some use large swivel style clips and put wire thru one end of swivel with a loop then weight on other end
     
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    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    We hunt river channels with depths up to 35' so this wouldn't work however, for sloughs that you'd boat hunt out of, probably a good option.
     
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    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    These seem like a P.I.T.A.:yes
     
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    bullpinnie Elite Refuge Member

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    Longlines with trout lines clips would be way easier.
     
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    Billy Bob Elite Refuge Member

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    Agreed, look like a real PITA would rather wind lines.
     
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    2WIDGN Senior Refuge Member

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    Had the volume turned off, Doc's twelve footers look a little short to me....:sp
     
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