Eye Surrender You Win, Drop Shot Wrap Part 1

Eye Surrender You Win, Drop Shot Wrap Part 1

Just about every fishing rod manufacture features some type of hook keeper. Few of them understand what it means when you’re drop shotting because most systems require the hook to be removed from the plastic worm to engage the hook keeper. Enter the Eye Surrender Drop Shot Wrap; this inexpensive simple tool accomplishes a tremendous amount.

It doesn’t matter if you're fun fishing or money is on the line during a tournament being able to keep the worm hook in its fishing position, embedded in the plastic lure, accomplishes key tasks. When the boat stops you’re ready to make a cast faster. When you have to stow your gear to prepare for a run you’re in your seat faster. Repeatedly pulling the worm hook in and out of the soft plastic wears the worm out faster so it saves money and again time because you don’t have to replace the worm as often. A shore angler, kayaker, float-tuber, anyone moving from spot to spot will benefit in the same way.

Because this product is securing the drop shot weight, the weight and the tag end of your line isn't loose dangling and bouncing around during travel tangling with other gear. Who needs that aggravation? Have you ever pulled into a spot and you wanted to make a cast immediately but couldn’t because the drop shot weight and the tag end of line was tangled with something? It's not just a Drop Shot deal; Split shot, Texas rig, Carolina rig there are too many techniques that employ a hook embedded into a soft plastic lure to name them all  and yet they all benefit from this wrap. 

Two part system; the Velcro circle is adhesive backed, remove the plastic from the adhesive and place onto your rod in a location clear of your fishing hand position. Attach the long narrow Velcro strip to the Velcro circle and you're ready to go.

Two part system; the Velcro circle is adhesive backed, remove the plastic from the adhesive and place onto your rod in a location clear of your fishing hand position. Attach the long narrow Velcro strip to the Velcro circle and you're ready to go.

I've tried many similar products designed to accomplish the same thing and the Eye Surrender Drop Shot Wrap is by far my favorite. You can purchase this fine product at Tackle Warehouse http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Eye_Surrender_Drop_Shot_Wraps/descpage-ESDSW.html?from=bbz&coup=bbzd

Before tax a single Drop Shot Wrap is $2.99 or better yet purchase a 3 pack for $7.49. I like the 3 pack because having a couple extra wraps is standard in my tackle bag. The connection to your rod is adhesive based and it’s not going to last forever. On those extremely hot days of the year the older adhesive tends to let go so having an extra wrap on hand is a good move. Peace of mind will free you to focus on the fish and getting in to The Big Bass Zone!     

You can also visit Eye Surrender’s website at https://www.eyesurrendernow.com/ to check out or buy this featured product and other fine Eye Surrender fishing tools.

Efficiency equals more casts.  More casts (study the BBZ One Cast Concept) can equal more opportunity for success and that's why with Eye Surrender You Win!

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