Unbend the Paper Clip
Grab the inside smaller curved piece of the paper clip and fold it out at 180-degree angle.
Cut the Aluminum Foil
Pick a sharp pair of scissors and cut a perfect square of the aluminum foil just about two-inches larger than the overall length of your unbent paper clip.
Set the Paper Clip on the Foil Square
Place the Aluminum foil square on a smooth surface and set the unbent paper clip right on it’s top, in the bottom left corner. Make sure that the overall length of the paper clip should run along the base edges of the aluminum foil. Moreover, the paper clip’s left side should flush with the lift side of the paper foil. Now you will have an exactly 2-inch hangover of aluminum foil to the right side of the paper clip’s end.
Cover the Square of Foil
Wrap up the aluminum foil around the entire length of the paper clip few times until the whole square of the foil has been properly used up. Now even the edge of the foil, pushing it tightly with the help of your fingers. Carefully run it all along the open seam in order to secure it tight.
Make medium cuts in the two-inch overhang on the right side in order to craft nice fringe, using a pair of sharp scissor. Now cut it from the right side of the aluminum foil until you make contact with the paper clip’s end. This fringe will force the aluminum fishing lure to wriggle when the fishing line is spooled in.