“But in doing so you may introduce a new problem: A standard single hook installed directly on the split ring will point off at angle, interrupting the balance and normal swimming motion of the lure. This is because the eye of most single hooks is aligned at a 90-degree angle to the bend....”
Please visit this link to read the full article: FloridaSportsman
Note: An alternative is to clip off one or two of the hooks on the lure’s treble hook…or use a small split ring between the lure and a standard single hook so the hook will align properly with the lure.
• Rising Tide Catches Man On Charles Island Tombolo
“Milford Firefighters rescued a man from Long Island Sound after the rising tide left him clinging to a buoy for safety.
“Around 4 p.m., Milford Firefighters received a distress call from Long Island Sound, in between Silver Sands State Park and Charles Island....”
Please visit this link to read the full article: WTNH
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