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Richard

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#1 posted 09-20-2018 06:35 AM

Corelz125: I’m not going to quit. Just be a little more selective about what I Post. Thanks for your Concern. I appreciate that!

I Also won’t quit so you’ll have a place to Post your Jokes! Which are also welcomed at any time, as are YOU

HEY! Did the Poppers do anything for you?

Forget that “Surgeons Knot” I mentioned. They don’t show it the way I do it. It’s very Simple, allows you to change Plugs almost Instantly, and save’s you from having to use a Ball/Snap, which I think ruins the action of the Popper.

I’ll do my best to describe MY Knot: First of all tie a small knot right at the end of the line to prevent the line from slipping through the Finished, Real Knot. Then, double the line back on itself so you can tie a simple overhand knot which forms a 2 to 3 inch Loop.

Feed the entire Loop through the eye on the Popper. Let it open and feed it over the Popper and back to the eye and snug it up. WALLA! Knot tied, on, and ready to go.

Another advantage is that you can take it off quickly by loosening it feed it back the other way and out of the Popper eye and change Lures.

This knot has been rated as one of the Strongest there is! It even beats the Old Favourite “Palomar Knot”!

I use it for everything including My Pike & Muskie Lures (With Medium to Heavy Ball Bearing, Metal Leaders) .

Send me a telegram if you can’t understand any of this Gobbly Gook! ;-} LOL!

Your Buddy: Rick S. (GREAT JOKE ALSO!)

-- Richard (Ontario, CANADA)


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