Baits with treble hooks don't always have a great landing percentage for bass fishing, but Jacob has a trick that brings that percentage up, replacing the split rings with loops of braided line. The loops are much less rigid than the metal rings, so the hooks can twist all the way around, and then some. This prevents the fish from gaining leverage on the bait and getting off the hook. Jacob uses this a lot on blade baits, but it might be useful in other applications too.
How to Tie Braid Loops on a Blade Bait
Thu, November 11, 2021