Simple Lure Rigging Hack That Will Save You Money


Fix all of your lure rigging problems with this simple lure rigging HACK!!!

This is to help fishermen get the most production out of their soft plastic lures by using a simple yet very impactful tweak when rigging their lures.

Check it all out right here!

Simple Lure Rigging Hack [VIDEO]

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This sneaky hack will increase the amount of fish you catch per lure saving you time and money.

First, we need to think about the specific zones of the lure that get torn up by the jighead hook shank.

Barbs and lure keepers on jigheads tear and carve up the inside of soft plastic lures over time.

We want to make sure we are purposeful in where exactly the lure is tearing.

The objective is to preserve what plastic is actually keeping your lure on the jighead.

To begin, rig your lure as normal by inserting the hook point in the head of the lure and through the body.

Then, expose the hook like you normally would when rigging up any soft plastic.

Stop just before the barbs or lure keepers slide into the lure.

Instead of continuing the rigging of the lure as normal, turn the jighead 90-degrees to the side.

Then, push the barbs or keepers through the head of the lure and into the body.

This way we are creating a tear in the lure in a different axis that is not active while working the lure.

Once you get the lure all the way on the jighead, simply twist the jighead into place.

Now, you will have no tears in the lure between the keeper barb and the head of the jighead which is most important.

The plastic in between the keeper and jighead is intact and solid which will keep your lure in place on the jighead.

This simple hack will for sure save you money and help you get the most out of your soft plastic lures!

Let us know your thoughts and questions down in the comments section!

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Harry Shaffer
10 months ago

Can’t wait to try this lure skipping under docks. Thank you for all you tips and years of knowledge

David Gelatko
10 months ago

Excellent and clever tip which will save us money.👍

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  David Gelatko

Thanks for making time to post the nice comment David!

10 months ago

Great tip, thanks!

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Rob

Thanks Rob!

George Miller
10 months ago

Genius tip

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  George Miller

Thanks George!

Buddy Harrison
10 months ago

Thanks Luke! Simple hack that is genius

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Buddy Harrison

Thanks Buddy!

Marc Bumstead
10 months ago

I just watched the Surgeon knot demo, looks easy enough. My question is “ what is the difference between the Surgeon and the blood knot?” Both are used to join two lines together ..

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Marc Bumstead

Those are two of many different knots that can be used to connect two lines… both are good knots.

Darin OBrien
10 months ago

Outstanding tip I never thought of that. Thanks Luke

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Darin OBrien

Thanks Darin!

Dan Hutchson
10 months ago

Thank you for the new twist on rigging Luke. Genius!

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Dan Hutchson

Thanks Dan!

Steve Hampton
10 months ago

That is one of the best tips I’ve seen. Thank you.

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hampton

Thanks Steve!

Erik Watters
10 months ago

Wow nice tip. Thanks

Luke Simonds
10 months ago
Reply to  Erik Watters

Thanks Erik!


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