Water Gremlin’s Snap-Loc® is undoubtedly one of the world’s most versatile, easy-to-use sinkers. It works just great for bottom or drift fishing. The secret is in Snap-Loc’s® amazing patented Snap-Loc® eye that snaps on and off your line in the wink of an eye. There’s no twisting, no tying, no knots, no fuss and no [...]
This is one of the Water Gremlin favorite plus methods. Thread an “O” ring on your line and tie your lure to 10 to 12 pound test monofiliment. Place a removable split shot about three feet in front of the lure, but below the ring. Tie the ring to six or eight inches of 6 [...]
Serious line twist commonly results from fast trolling live baits. Add a Snap-Loc® to the eye of your swivel and you reduce line twist to a minimum. As a bonus, it’s easy to control depth by simply snapping on different, or additional, Snap-Locs®.
When still-fishing for crappie, perch, bluegill (or just about any small fish) you can make your own two hook rig in a jiffy. Use 10 to 15 pound monofiliment line and place snelled hooks about 12 inches apart with your sinker 12 inches below the bottom hook. Tie a loop knot at the bottom for [...]
When using cowbells or flashers for lake or ocean trolling, the Snap-Loc® can be a real line saver. Attach a small Snap-Loc® to the front eye of your swivel and all the twist and spin stays between the swivel and lure.
Add a small round split shot to turn a dry fly into a wet fly or just to get that wet fly down to the fish faster. Some place shot at the eye; others space it out six inches. Bouncing a high floating fly like a Elk Hair Caddis along bottom is sometimes effective too.
Here’s another super rig for weedless, snagless fishing on the bottom. Squeeze two same size BULL●SHOT™ back to back on your line 18″ to 30″ in front of a plastic worm. When your fish takes the bait, it will slide along the bottom or through weeds with minimum resistance.
Fresh catfish have been a favorite at the dinner table for centuries. Nothing will get them there faster than this simple Water Gremlin Catfish Rig. Place the proper size Egg Sinker on your line and attach a small barrel swivel. Tie a 36″ leader to the swivel and attach a treble hook to the other [...]
When you want to “suspend” a lure in the river’s current, this simple rig often solves problems. Slide an Egg Sinker on the line and pinch on a small split shot to hold it in place. Tie a floating vibrating lure to the end of the line with a small loop knot. Cast down current, [...]
What Fish Don’t Want You to Know: An Insider’s Guide to Freshwater Fishing By Frank Baron This fishing book was written by a fisherman with over 40 years of angling experience. It’s loaded with… • plenty of pictures and illustrations • how to instructions • tricks, tips and techniques • common sense advice • some [...]