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  • To make switching lures faster I tied a short piece of line to each with a loop on the end to quickly switch using a snap swivel

    To make switching lures faster I tied a short piece of line to each with a loop on the end to quickly switch using a snap swivel. But now my tackle box is a mess with all of the line. How can organize my box or switch lures fast?

  • #2
    Get some Berkley crosslock snaps without swivels. Easy on and easy off.

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    • #3
      I use the Duo-Loc snaps which are similar. Tie these on your main line and you can easily snap different lures on. Use the smallest size available in your line weight class. For most fresh water fishing, this will be a tiny snap that does nothing to distract fish.

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      • #4
        If you have room, you can put each lure and leader in a small ziploc bag.

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        • #5
          I just put a snap swivel on the end and hook it up, maybe not the best steatlh or action, but I still catch decent smallies, bass, and pike, and when muskie fishing, I Imagine all that steel leader isnt ot natural looking, or good for the ation.

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          • #6
            Use a snap swivel, or just a snap. tie onto your line and all you need to do then is open the snap, put your lures eye in it, and close it.

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            • #7
              Like the above said, just use a snap swivel

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              • #8
                I use the Duo-loc black snaps, for all freshwater & even light saltwater.

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