DIY – The Cooking Whisk Lure Retriever

The Cooking Whisk Lure Retriever (Step-By-Step) Visual Guide

Save yourself the financial heartache and frustration that comes with using and loosing hard-bait lures in prime-time Largemouth Bass producing underwater structures.     This lure retriever works wonders with getting your hard-bait lures out of brush, branches, logs, and other structure found while Largemouth Bass fishing this Spring.

Materials Needed:

  • One (1) Old Fishing Rod 
  • One (1) Cooking Whisk
  • Two (2) Zip-ties
  • One (1) Pair of Scissors
Everything You Will Need to Make the DIY Cooking Whisk Lure Retriever
Everything You Will Need to Make the DIY Cooking Whisk Lure Retriever

 

I decided to use a broken St. Croix Mojo rod that I had shut in my Jeep's window.
I decided to use a broken St. Croix Mojo rod that I had shut in my Jeep’s window.

 

Lay the whisk next to the tip of your fishing rod where it will be the most stable once attached.
Lay the whisk next to the tip of your fishing rod where it will be the most stable once attached.

 

Take the two (2) zip-ties and secure the whisk onto the fishing rod (as shown).
Take the two (2) zip-ties and secure the whisk onto the fishing rod (as shown).

 

Cut off the excess band from each (2) zip-ties with the scissors.
Cut off the excess band from each (2) zip-ties with the scissors.

 

Your Done!!  Now go make good use out of your  new cooking whisk lure retriever.
Your Done!! Now go make good use out of your new cooking whisk lure retriever.

 

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