Taking a second to make sure that your line is not crossed in the loop when you are starting your polomar knot will reduce the chance of the line biting and cutting it self.
Trying to stay warm or cool, keeping dry is the key to comfort. Check out the article by Bill on performance apparel by @tacwear
A great way to organize your hooks is to use closed cell foam, and push them in past the barb. You can label the hooks, and they wont fly around in the box when the boat is on plain. Article by @Dnotarianni
The depth and speed of your presentation should be your first consideration. Once you know where the bass are and their mood, you can fine tune your presentation with colour. Article by Bill Boland @Lefthookoutdrs
#L2FquicktipWhen throwing cranks remove the split ring on the front of the bait and tying on a Fastach clip to to the main line to make changing baits easier on the fly.
#L2FquicktipsUse a big enough tungsten weight and you can drag just about any soft plastic through a grass mat, however, the key to this whole system is efficiency. “Easy in, easy out“ should be your mantra. Having to shake the weight down through the mat can be frustrating, and lobbing the bait into the air […]
#L2Fquicktip use a Q-tip to find line damaging cracks and nicks in your guides. If the cotton pulls, the guide is damaged.