Do you remember the old go-to lures that you utilized to use on a regular basis? The old reliable? Your favorite lures of days gone by. Do you still use them? If you're like the majority of us those old lures are probably tucked in a tackle box somewhere and haven't been utilized in a very long time. Do you even know where they are now?
We just don't need those old lures anymore, do we? We have these new fangled lures that catch fish and do about everything we need any type of lure to do. Just take a look at the new finishes compared to the old lures, the new blades on spinnerbaits and buzzbaits. And take a look at the color of the new worms we have now, why would we ever need anything else? Why in the world would we ever utilize those old lures? I can tell you why ... they catch fish!!
Well, wait a minute, Jim and I have caught thousands of bass on this lure. We have caught 7, 8, and 9 pound fish and never bent the hook. Maybe, just maybe, something else bent the hook besides a big bass on this other anglers lure. So, why did I quit utilizing the Kelly's Stripe? I don't know! I just don't know! I really don't care that the pro's aren't using them, they caught bass for me. I don't care if they are already rigged with hooks, they caught bass for me. Here's the bottom line ... they caught bass for me!
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1. The line is doubled and a loop of 3 to 4 inches is formed. The loop is then passed through the hook's eye.
3. The hook is passed through the loop and directed previously the eyelet.
4. Tighten the knot till it becomes steady. Trim the double loop of the braided line leaving around 1/4 inch.