Encourage one another and build one another up. Pray without ceasing. Test everything. Keep what is good. Avoid all evil. -1 Thess 5:11,17,21,22
Turn off the sound and watch the video. Watch how the Japanese are rigging rubber worms to make them swim like snakes.
Hat-tip, the fine folks at 24hourcampfire
That exposed hook will get hung up every single cast.
That's cool. I don't fish and I'm still impressed. I sent this on to 58 of the people on my mailing list. --ken
It would not be hard to use a weedless hook. And, for what it is worth, add a small "stinger" hook instead of a split ring.
I bet it would work even better with a twist tail lizard. Can't wait to try.
I was looking for an unusual battery the other day for a key ring light, and it turns out the battery is normally used for fishing lures, most of them Japanese. I had never heard of battery-powered fishing lures before - but you turn them on, and they wiggle in very convincing ways.