Review: Bait Buttons
Do you ever get annoyed when you make a cast and your bait flies off the hook? Or the liveliness of it allows for it to remove itself from your hook? Bait Buttons
is a new and innovative way to assist in keeping your bait on the hook. Whether you're using roe, worms, leeches or minnows, this product will conserve your bait by not losing it due to casting or it freeing itself from natural movement. During my review of Bait Buttons
, I used them while river fishing for Trout with egg sacs and worms.
are a small circular piece of rubber that slides onto the hook. The elasticity of the rubber holds your bait from sliding off. The idea is quite simple but it works. Worms are one of the most commonly used baits for all types of fishing, including river fishing. They also have a reputation for squirming their way off the hook and coming off when setting the hook. Bait Buttons
helped in preserving my supply of bait ensuring I had enough for the day.
When river fishing for trout, pinching the barbs on the hook is mandatory in some places and recommended everywhere else. As a conservationist and someone who keeps very few fish, I do my best to ensure that the fish is released to live another day. While doing so however, roe bags also have a tendency to fly off the hook or come off in turbulent waters. Again, this product is great for preserving your bait.Bait Buttons
come in a small plastic container that fits in your pocket and is very thin. When you hold the container upright, a small plastic button falls perfectly into place at the bottom. All you have to do is hold the shank of your hook and slide it right through. The delivery of the button is genius its very easy to use.
I would like to see Bait Buttons
enhance its colors into a glow in the dark button, for clear water night time fishing. I think it would give fish something to key in on. I also would like to see it come colors such as white, pink and chartreuse so anglers have a choice when it comes to adding it to their presentation. Some anglers would want it to stand out as something for the fish to key in on, and others would want it to match their bait color for a more stealthy approach.This definitely has a place in my fishing vest!Product for review provided by manufacturer.
|Model||Bait Buttons Dispenser and Refills|
|MSRP||Pre-filled Dispenser - $8.49 (USD)Refills - $4.99 (USD)|