Every time we change the hook, make sure we first test the swimming action of the lure.

The action of the lure should not be affected, or at least still be able to perform well.

Installing a hook that is too big is like installing a super bike tire on an EX5 motor.

This is where we need to use common sense in determining the appropriate hooks and split rings.

4. Type of Lead – Mono vs Fluorocarbon

The type of leader line will have a significant effect on how deep our lure dives

For example, the high density properties of fluorocarbon Latest Mailing Database will make the lure sink faster and stay at that depth longer.

On the other hand, due to the floating nature of monofilament leaders, especially the larger diameter ones, it makes it difficult for the lure to reach the desired depth.

Therefore, mono line is more suitable for use with surface water lures due to its buoyant nature.

Further reading on the properties and differences of each type of leader can be referred to this article: Choosing the Best Fishing Line: Braid VS Mono VS Fluorocarbon

5. Bent Bond Holes tormentor

With the passage of time surely our lures will experience damage after years of service

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These damages usually occur when the lure hits a rock, pulls Singapore Lead hard when the lure gets stuck or is bitten by a fish.One of the places where damage often occurs is on the part of the lure tie hole.

This part may be bent and twisted to the left or to the right.

And often damage to this part will cause the swim lure to be deformed, skewed and incorrect.

But we can repair this damage with pliers or a special tool (lure tuner) and test the swimming action of the lure until it returns to normal action.