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A FROG SAVER

A FROG SAVER




      
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A FROG SAVER


A FROG SAVER

Every bait caster who uses frogs has had the experience of snapping the bait off his hook. Sometimes, when frogs arc hard to get, this is doubly annoying. A good many anglers are probably acquainted with the following Kink, but not everyone seems to know it, so I give it for what it is worth.

Hook the frog through the lips as usual. Take a bit of old line and loop it over the hook below the frog’s lips. Bring the two ends of line back and tie in a square knot just between the frog’s front legs. Carry ends of line over the frog’s back and tie securely. The loop of line will take the strain off the lips of the bait and make it good for many hours of casting.

Katz, Harry N. Kinks A Book of 250 Helpful Hints for Hunters, Anglers and Outers. Chicago: Outers, 1917. Print.

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