For the past five or more years, anglers across the midwest have been exposed to the “Slow Death” fishing rig.
It is very easy to get overwhelmed with the selections an angler will come across when feasting their eyes on the ridiculously large assortment of tackle found at any of the major box stores. We have all been there and most anglers are guilty of having way more tackle then we will ever use. But still, we just have to have that next best thing, or 10 of the same thing because that one particular color or lure will be the one that works best that day. We just know it.
By now, most anglers across the midwest have been exposed to the “Slow Death” fishing rig. Some will say this is nothing new, as they have been using this same method of spinning nightcrawler fishing since the 90s, if not as early as the 80s.
Anglers like Bob Propst, Sr. or Dan Stier may have even been the original creators of such method. But then someone took this style of a bent Aberdeen hook to the market, and it responded in a big way.
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