This Is Why You Should Not Leave Your Soft Plastics On Hooks
Sure, it’s easier to just leave your soft plastic lures on the hook after you’re done fishing.
You’ve rinsed down your gear so it should be okay, right?
In this video, you’ll learn why you shouldn’t leave your soft plastic lures on your hooks.
Check it out below!
Leaving Soft Plastic Lures On Hooks [VIDEO]
Even though the outside of the hook and lure is dry and clean, there will still be some residual salt and moisture in between the plastic and the hook itself.
And over time that is going to cause your hooks to start rusting faster.
This can cause you to lose fish because your hook can break if it’s rusted.
When you do take your soft plastic lure off of your hook, take your time and try not to rip it.
The only exception is with Owner Twist Lock Hooks.
You can leave the spring in but take hook out.
But ALWAYS take your lures off of jig heads.
You will most likely rip or damage your lure but it’s better than rusting out your hooks.
Here is the tackle I used in this presentation:
Have any questions about leaving your lures on hooks?
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