Salas christy2 advice

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    Just came up on six Salas christy2 irons. Any suggestions on how to fish them, they seem like a weird in betweener. Very slow action, and 4oz. I’m thinking maybe a good calico jig. Thoughts
     
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    af dreamer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I used them on the yoyo when the fish were on the smaller baits at Cedres.Tom
     
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    Not too light?
     
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    Hismosa I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Use for wahoo
     
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    af dreamer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Sorry,brain fart,thinking of the 2X200.The fish were on the red crabs and had a couple R&W 2X200s.Tom
     
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    They are great for yoyo when the fish want something smaller and I’ve used them for a long time. If they are anything like my old stock, you will want a heavier hook on it.
     
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    Why a heavy hook?
     
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    After straightening one on a good yellowtail, it would be my recommendation. Mine had fairly lightweight trebles originally. Just something to look at and keep in mind.
     
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    you are right they are a bit wimpy
     

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