Spinnerbaits are steady producers out on the water, but they do have their vulnerabilities. By creating a line tine with braided line, a little preventative maintenance helps keep your bait in tune and lowers the risk of breaking a bait on a big one. If and when your bait does start to lean or roll in the water, simply tune it left or right until your bait is running true again.
And consider how fast you should be fishing your bait, knowing that you can vary the speed of your lure by bending the arm to adjust the distance between the blades and the hook. Hopefully with these tips, you’ll be able to spend more time fishing and less time retuning torn up tackle.