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Grab That Float, Line, Hook, & Rubber Band

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on Wednesday, 01 August 2012 in At Play

A good, tall fish tale about the one that got away is always great to hear on the boat. With legs propped up and a beverage in hand, jug line fishing is fun. Don’t know about jug line fishing? It’s just an alternative way to catch a catfish.

Let’s say, however, that you are out fishing and decide that you’d like to give that 10-foot pole a try. Wondering how you are going to stow that jug line and keep things neat? A hook can get caught in so many things. That’s why, fellow fisher people, you need to grab a rubber band. It’s so easy to wrap up your stuff and put it where you want!!

Just take a look at our latest rubber band use submitted by Brian W. of Arkansas. He calls his rubber band a Jug Lines-Hook Holder!!

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Heather Zeh Thursday, 02 August 2012

Gonna have to show my hubby this one

David Lintz Thursday, 02 August 2012

That sure beats tucking the hook under the line and then trying to figure out how to untangle it when it comes time to use it. Now I just need to find the time to go fishing!!

Tim Lintz Friday, 03 August 2012

That is a good idea for keeping your hooks in place during storage, but I am more concerned with finding a way to get a fish to actually bite my hook. I wonder if you cut the band and hook it like a worm if you can trick the fish into thinking the wriggling rubber band is a worm. You would use one rubber band to keep your hooks in place during storage and another band to lure the fish in on your active line. Now rubber bands have become the unlikely foe of fish everywhere.

deborah ortlip Friday, 03 August 2012

I love fishing and this is a great tip! Will put it to use on my next trip out in 2 weeks!

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