Saltwater Course Day #6, Why a "Carolina Keeper" Is Genius
Anyway, just do a search on "caroline keeper" in any search engine and you'll find it.
One of the best inventions ever. Basically a carolina keeper is rigid plastic cut into strips with slits in them. You pinch the plastic with a pair of pliers, and the slit opens up so you can thread your fishing line through...then release the plastic and it "pinches" the line.
Using the carolina keeper, you will be able to quickly and easily determine the length of your leader. It's an amazing invention, and it also works well in saltwater.
So, check out the carolina keeper online and add it to your fishing arsenal...why not make things easier on yourself?
here's another story about the Saltwater Fishing Secret Weapon I got
from Bill Reese.
It will work for you too, and you won't know how you ever fished without it once you see how many fish you'll be catching. You get the 4 gifts too - but only for a little while longer (don't say I didn't warn you).
Next, in just 4 days I'm going to send the final day of the saltwater fishing mini course where I am going to pepper you with 3 final "little known" techniques for catching saltwater fish. (One has to do with a highly visible bait that I mentioned before - but boy does it work. Again, I've already brought this up once, but it works so well I've got to remind you!)
See you then.
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