Big bucktails take musky, giant northern pike and stripers. But the lure’s also good in very deep water if properly weighted. Snap a Snap-Loc® sinker to the rear extension on the hooks or the rear “O” ring. This also improves your casting distance when fish work just out of your usual casting range.
A trophy wife is nice. A trophy fish is better.
Put a Gremlin on your line. You’ll catch more fish.
People always ask me why I’m dripping wet. You try fighting a muskie at my size.
Garett, look at the size of that Sturgeon!!! Word has it that you were using Gremlin Dipsey Swivels and Crawlers. The Gremlin is wondering, ” Where’s the ice?” Is that really blue water?
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.