Originally Posted by CaptainKout
I think this might be one of those rare situations when its not the case. When there are several loose passive players at the table, then i can often expect someone to call behind so with my more speculative hands should I be limping behind the fish? It seems like a gamble to be popping it up for isolation when its unlikely to get you heads up in the pot. Should i replace the suited connectors and middle pairs with two high card hands?
Do both, but typically you want to be isolating these fish. A large chunk of your advantage on fish is your ability to win when you dont hit. When you are in a multiway pot, you lose the ability to win when you miss. Plus, people are less likely to pay you off because they play more cautiously in a multiway pot. So if you aren't isolating limpers, raise even larger! Also cut out some hands like Q9, that are on the weaker end.
But that said, if there's already two limpers in, and you look down at 67s or 33, you can limp along. Just be sure to attack flops instead of playing fit/fold. In limped pots, initiative still wins.