For those of you who often thinks about adding a trailer hook to a treble hook, there's a better way to accomplish it. It may also be something to give a bucktail treble some more life instead of just tossing out the worn out treble hook.
Here is where I attach the splitring to the inline spinner along with the trailer hook already on the splitring.
Slide the splitring down to the treble.
Pull the bucktail hair through the splitring and you have the trailer hook in position.
What I like about this is it puts the trailer hook in a better neutral position behind the treble hooks. I simply don't like to hang the trailer hook on one of the trebles because it stick out oddly and appear out of place to me. This way the trailer hook is free swinging and if I desire to remove it I can. As stated, it's also a great way to give the entire inline spinner some new sharp hookpoint if you should have worn out trebles that you're constantly sharpening. Except to the point where the treble hook is beyond saving, I would simply clip all three trebles while saving the dressed bucktail and merely add to it a new treble hook.