Embed Your Hook(s) For A Perfect Running Lure

By Eye Catcher on 1/29/2015 2:31:20 PM • Rank (1792) • Views 1795


Note, the purpose of embedding your hook into the back of the lure head is to create a method to hold the hook in a steady position while it is being trolled. This eliminates it from fouling in the skirt or leader and makes the lure run perfectly. But it is important to note that your hook assembly must be able to pull free once a fish is hooked. Otherwise the fish can use the weight of the lure head itself to shake the hooks free during the fight. This system of embedding your hook accomplishes both goals.    With this method of embedding your hook assembly you eliminate any chance that your hook assembly might be causing your lure to pull through the water improperly. Whether you rig with a single hook or a two hook assembly like this one, you absolutely must be able to hold the head with one hand and pull the leader with another and see NO movement in the hooks when you pull them tight against the rear of the head. If it isn't stable,that is exactly what th Read More
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