Hi peeples. I discovered a youtube channel from the US called Trouthammer. Not too bad and the guy seems to be down to earth. Not like so many other youtubers who offer no advice and it is just 'look at me catching fish' crap! I have only watched a few of his videos and a couple of his ideas and thoughts made sense. Using small soft plastics, lift and drop the plastic near the surface so it breaks the surface. Therefore looking like a small fish feeding on the surface. As opposed to the majority who work the plastic near the bottom. Another comment he made on treble hooks made me think about my Decoy trebles I fit to my trout lures. The barbs point inwards, as in the shank bends back in. I have had many cases where I have hooked trout in their cheeks when they have 'slapped' the lure with their head. Trebles with inward pointing barbs may reduce the possibility of these hookups. Check him out if you are bored sh!tless! I found this one and watched it thinking it was relevant to diesels purchase of 'trout magnet' plastic lures. The title is deceptive! Cheers Team Bender Carp magnet!