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    Has anyone tried any other type of sinker in cook Inlet other than cod or cannonball sinkers? Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia with similar currents, they use pyramid sinkers. The long time sturgeon fishermen also added nails and other things to get the sinkers to hold. I see Hilts has pyramid molds up to 20 oz.

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    I don't think you'll like pyramids on any kind of rough bottom, they are mostly used by surf fishermen fishing a dead stick in a rod holder. I'd bet they would really suck if you were drifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    I don't think you'll like pyramids on any kind of rough bottom, they are mostly used by surf fishermen fishing a dead stick in a rod holder. I'd bet they would really suck if you were drifting.
    What Steve said.


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