Glenn: Hey, folks. Glenn May here with BassResource. com, andwelcome to another edition of Hank Parker’sFishing Tips, where Hank answers your questions. Hank, this question this week, it comes fromMike Burdette from Covington, Washington,and he wants to know what modifications ortweaking do you do to your baits and why?Hank: Well, you know, that it is a very broad,broad topic when you’ve got 5,000 differentbaits, and so I tweak about everything, butlet me just tell you one that I do. Any lipless crankbait, I’ve had so much problemsover the years keeping fish on lipless crankbaits. And a couple of years ago, Tommy Martin, probass angler Tommy Martin, turned me onto atriple grip hook, which was a treble hookthat was bent inward. And I didn’t think that would work. I didn’t like that idea. I didn’t like it when I looked at it. I’d always flared my hooks out, and so allof a sudden, I’ve got the hooks pointed in. I didn’t care much for that. But after I threw that bait with those triplegrip hooks, I was totally convinced that wasa winner. So you don’t have to change your hooks. You could take two pair needle-nose pliersand very carefully bend those hooks inward,and with a lipless crankbait, fish that youwould lose if you didn’t have those hooksbent in, you will now catch. So, that’s one thing that I always do whenI fish lipless crankbaits. Glenn: Awesome tip, Hank. Mike, I hope that answers your question. For more tips and tricks, go to HankParker. com. Check out all the tips and the articles onthere. And if you want to be notified of our nextvideo when we get posted with Hank’s tips,just subscribe to our channel. Thanks and have a great day.