So far this season, I have had lost a ton of money to snags. It happens to just about everyone, bit for some reason I am especially unlucky this year. Lots of people assume that when you snag on a rock or tree, that it is “game over” for the lure, and you are better off just snapping your line and tying on a new set up. Well, we found a tip that just might give you another option before cutting your line.
It all boils down to physics. How do you get your hook to back out of whatever it is hung up on? Jason Sealock, explains in an informative video, the art of the “Standing Wave Technique.”