best hooks for crank baits
i have used different colored hooks on my crank baits and i have found that the red trebble hooks seamed to attract more bass than any hooks that i have found. i believe that the noise and red looks like a wounded bait and the bass strikes it. every bass fisherman should concider the red trebble hooks. they are easy to put on, all you need is aknife and a pair of needle nose pliers
May 5, 2011
great replacement hooks
use these hooks for relacement hooks for all my crankbaits
March 11, 2011
THE WIRE GAUGE FOR THIS TREBLE HOOK IS TO LIGHT FOR STEELHEADS
December 3, 2010
I often replace hooks on existing lures and these hooks go over and beyond my expectations--only wish they came in a couple of sizes larger since many of us are going to larger baits.
November 17, 2010
Very different sizes, when the size is given as a 6/0 it means the hook gets bigger as the number goes up. If it just gives a number the it means the hook gets smaller as the number goes down. A 6 is a little small for a rat-l-trap, so I'd go with size 4. Get standard round bend trebles, and go for the red make that bait bleed!
on my crank baits i use a #6 on the front and a #8 on the back. on my shallow divers i use only #8 on front and back. i found that i don't get hung up as much. this also works very good if you fish during the winter months when the fish is sluggish in cold water. the fish will take most or all of the lure in it's mouth. please try this method and i think you will be surprised.
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