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Ok...everyone has a preference, and I'm curious how you rig them. Most (if not all) hand poured rubber baits have a flat side (from the top of the mold). When you rig a hand poured bait, do you rig it with the flat side up? Down? On one side? I have rigged them a few different ways, but lately, I've been thinking that a fish will be looking up at a bait, therefore, you would want a bait rigged with the flat side UP, so the fish will see the most detailed side of the bait. But, I would think that this would affect the way the bait falls (ie quicker, slower, etc). How do you rig a hand poured bait and why?
 

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Flat part down this acts like a airplane wing and makes the bait fall slower. It will turn and just glide. Round makes it fall faster.

h2o<---says it's good for cold weather fish
 
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