Snagging up is a problem ALL anglers encounter, especially panfish and bass fisherman. Cover like rocks, docks, wood and grass is where we need to present our lure to get bit, but hooks often take bite into the habitat before the fish. Worry not, science is here to save the day! A lot of anglers snap line against their rod to vibrant their lure loose, but the standing wave (physics) method is a lot more effective when done correctly. Jason Sealock of Wired2Fish shows us how to properly execute the standing wave technique to free your snagged lure - it's fast, easy, and effective. Watch to learn how!
How to Un-snag Your Lure [Video]
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