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Old 01-22-2013, 03:59 PM
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Default Re: Tying a good hunchback

What Silver said...

But, I rarely tie my scuds with such a hump beyond what is lent to the shape by just the hook and materials alone. Scuds, when they swim do so straightened out and not curved, so I tie mine with a curved hook, yet fairly straight as pictured. And, I don't normally tie mine with lead as it usually makes them ride upside-down.

I'm not trying to change your mind, just give input as to what works for me and why.

KG's Spring Creek Scud:

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Kelly
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