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Non return clip slide trace

This trace is very popular. Again, the traces vary from light to heavy, with the same components as the throw trace, but 1.5 meters in length with a non return clip built into the trace.

How it works:

Cast the sinker as far out as possible or to the required distance. Clip the non-return clip onto your main line and release the live bait. The design of the non-return clip will allow the live bait to swim towards the sinker but not towards you. The live bait will therefore move into deeper water all the time until it is picked up or reach the end of your main line.

For ready-made traces like the one above, please send an e-mail to John Otto

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