Does anyone know of a modification that could be done to a hoochie setup that would give the hoochie it's own darting and/or wobbling action? Hoochies normally have to be run behind a flasher in order to give the hoochie its action. I hate fighting a fish with a flasher, so am looking at other options.
The local store here in Juneau, Western Auto, sells these little scoop type heads. But in my field testing they didn't impart much action on the hoochie at all. I've also seen folks slap a spin-n-glow in front of the hoochie. Never tried the spin-n-glow before, but my gut tells me it wouldn't cause the hootchie to dart around. Though the spin-n-glow may put out some nice flash and vibration in the water, so that might count for something I guess.