Bass are notorious for slapping at topwater lures without actually eating the bait. This behavior quickly leads to frustrated anglers wondering what they can do to covert aggressive topwater antics into hooked up bass. Josh Douglas shares a little terminal tackle modification that involves hooks and split rings. It's an easy tweak that hooks bass better, and reduces torque on the hook for less shake offs. It works on all forms of topwater lures and even shallow running swimbaits and crankbaits.
Topwater Modification for More Hookups
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