Techniques like skipping docks put a lot of force against plastics rigged on lures like jigs and bladed swim jigs. This has a tendency to rip them off keepers or slide them down hooks. Terry Scroogins shows us his innovative method for keeping plastics, in this case, the Yum Break’N Shad, in place and firmly secured to his Chatterbait. It’s done quickly in the boat and requires nothing more than a short shank of 20 lb. line and a unit knot.
Elite Series pro Terry Scroggins Shows How to Make a Plastics Keeper Using Fishing Line
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