Trolling Sinkers Clip-on Sinkers Bottom Bouncers
Get better control of the depths, keep your lures free from debris, walks on two legs, won't spin, tangle free, less knots, easy to use & store.
Clip-on sinkers and bottom bouncing slip sinkers, the best trolling sinkers around and the price is hard to beat. I caught 3 Walleye over 11 pounds
using these Clip-on Sinkers at Lake Erie! They work on the mississippi River too! The slip sinkers are a must have for rivers and lakes.
No more tieing knots all day with a 3-way rig, just run line through the sinker and tie to leader, just one knot!
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How to Tie Jigs Fishing DVD New edition is now 100 minutes long. Learn to tie acrylic hair, bucktail, rubber shirt jigs; pour sinkers and jigs;
sinker rigs, floater rigs, slip-sinker rigs, crawler harness spinner rigs and more.
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After pulling crankbaits and walleye rigs for so many years I have developed wrist problems. I used to cut the top off an old winter sock and put a twist in it to hold the rod and it works great.
Last year I experimented with intertubes. First I tried a bite innertube but it hurt my wrist so I went with a piece of a truck tire inner tube cutting 2 holes in it and that works so well
I doubt I will go back to the sock. I cut one small hole for the rod and one for my arm. If it's cut the right size, it will stay on while I am unhooking fish or even moving to another spot.
I don't even know it's on there, but it is there when I need it.
Fishing photography, Mississippi River photo prints are great for cards and prints, and all his art can be found in canvas prints and many other products offered
by Zazzle. All fishing pictures and photos by Dave Tackett in Sterling IL.
Please visit my Zazzle store today!
Zazzle Add your own text to shirts, Cards, Stickers, Posters, Prints, and more!
Need a Website? Photo editing Most photos of big fish don't do the fish justice, they make it look smaller unless the fish is held just right.
Magazines and catalog photos are edited to make the fish look gigantic. You can get your fishing photo edited professionally for $20!
Just send me the photo by email. More info here