I dont know if it has been posted here before but thought I would share it anyway. The river in which I fish is very well known for kidnapping a fisherman's tackle. I read someplace a way to rig your line with a way to release your weight and 90 percent of the time only lose your weight. SO i tried it and it works. Here is the big secret. Cotter pins. I use a 3 way swivel one goes to main line another to a leader and the other to a short leader with a small easy to bend cotter pin. Then I jsut slip my weight over the pin and bend the tines back a bit. And if I get hung up a give a hard pull and the tines pull straight releasing the weight and my line most of the time is freed up. Saved a lot of time re rigging and money on hooks and such.