Ultimate Bait Bridles
1.) Attaching the bridle to the hook first provides for easier opening and closing and assures that the rubber retainer will not dislodge.
2.) The bridles are made of spring stainless steel and may be opened as wide as necessary to accommodate the bait. They will retain their original shape when re-locked (closed).
3.) Experiment with different attachment locations on baits. Depending on bait size and water currents, you can attach the bridle to the snout, through the top of the eye sockets, dorsal fin area as well as tail area. (We utilize the top of the eye socket with the large bridle when rigging bunker for bass.)
Ultimate Fishing Float
1.) The floats work with soda bottles from 12 ounces up to two liters. (They do not fit on most water bottles.) Coke(r) bottles work perfectly – Pepsi(r) bottles have a slightly different thread design. A small piece of plastic wrap will seal a Pepsi(r) bottle.
2.) Spray the inside of the bottles with a few quick shots of paint to color. (Be sure to allow the paint to fully dry before attaching the float.)
3.) Use light sticks at night to clearly see bait position.
4.) Floats are infinitely adjustable – tighten or loosen depending upon weight, wind, line and desired release pressure.
5.) Floats remain in the upright position when in release clip. If float is lying on its side, it has released due to either an unseen fish bite or the need to tighten.
6.) Floats are constructed of ABS plastic and stainless steel and do not require rinsing or lubrication.
THE ULTIMATE BAIT BRIDLES AND THE ULTIMATE FISHING FLOATS
ARE MADE AND ASSEMBLED ENTIRELY IN THE USA!