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7/16/18 Mid-July and
King fishing is beginning to perk up. Today's
chat exposes the myth of hooks supposed to be sharp
out of the package, or box. This is total BS.
Hooks are packed tightly in 1000 counts. Every
bump, or jar these hooks take during travel?
Common sense says the fact of rubbing together is
going to knock off some of the point.
Hook files were invented for a reason to put the
finishing touch on a hook. So, use them.
Reason behind hooks 101 today? King Salmon as
they mature their skin turns into leather. In
fact, billfolds are being made from Salmon hide.
That's why it's important to make the most of your
opportunities and not miss bites!
7/15/18 Have a great
7/14/18 In late 2013
developed a new way to snell our hooks for meat
rigs™. Prior we were bending up the hook eyes.
We broke a lot of hooks doing this.
Having a straight pull on the main part of the hook
is where good things begin to happen. Having
hooks kinked off to the side, due to an off kilter
knot will lose bites.
not the same snell knot I taught at sport shows,
seminars, or MI Steelheader meetings. I
consider this knot solely proprietary and it stays a
You can see in today's pic this is a dead straight
line pull on the shank of a 1/0 VMC treble used on
our single hook version meat rigs™. Works even
better on our super deadly dual treble-double
meat rig™ snell knot
7/13/18 With the adult
big King season right around the corner ...let's
look at a tip today that will save you lost fish and
the frustration that goes with it.
First off, Kings that hit meat tend to take it
deeply. This chaffs the line to the hook
bigtime. As Kings mature their gums shrink
exposing more teeth to nick the line. So, keep
an watchful eye on the condition of the leader to
Swap this out at the first signs of wear.
That's why my 2nd generation meat rigs™ were
designed to have replaceable leaders to the hook.
I was the 1st to do this.
crunch time for the Great Lakes tackle business.
Been extra busy orders out the door. Surprise
best selling this week is our Super Snubbers™
developed to increase "fish in the net ratio" for
wire, or super braid no stretch lines.
can only speak for myself, but 80% of diver hits
come to the net. These snubbers that have 2-3 times
the amount give other snubbers have. In the
tackle business the word does spread overtime.
When you have a superior product, this product
advertises itself when results are shared among the
Click for Super
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