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Line Placement On Eyelit

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Well, many of you probably know sometimes the exact placement of where your line is tied to the eyelit of a bait can change the action of that bait, sometimes for the worse, sometimes for the better, and sometimes it just doesn't matter. Although I have noticed if I tie my line to the side on the eyelit of a jighead in which I rig a Hula grub, it lets that "spider jig" have alot better action, and stand/lay in the water correctly.

My question to you, is how do you keep the line from not sliding up and down the eyelit if you want it to stay put? Do you just keep rearranging it every other cast? Or is there a technique to keep it still, such as adding something etc?

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I haven't tried it but I've heard of guys using a dab of super glue to hold a knot in place.

Seems a bit messy to me, but I don't know.

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