One of the things that drew a lot of interest from the big crowds at my striper seminars the past couple days at the International Sportsmen’s Expo was the way I rig my jigging spoons.
We had a lot to cover in one short hour so I didn’t linger too long on this subject. If you missed it, here’s a closer look:
I simply remove the stock treble and replace it with an Owner assist (size depends on the size of the spoon).
These hooks come with a looped end so all you do is run it through the line attachment eye and loop it back over the hook…Done!
Soon, I will do a full blown post on striper spooning but for now, I’ll tell you that this rigging style is more snag resistant, never flips over and hooks the main line on the fall and is easier on the fish (fewer gill hooked fish). Give it a try!