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Bass Pro Shops® Spinnerbait Trailer Hooks

   

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Our Spinnerbait Trailer Hooks are designed with an oversized hook eye that will fit over a spinnerbait hook without damaging barb. Includes tubing.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Increased Hookup Trail hooks will definitely increase your hookup ratio. BE ADVISED they do not provide enough tubing to setup all 10 hooks in the way the instructions provided describes. Being very stingy, the most I could get set up was 7. June 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Adds that little extra reach This trailer worked great to add a little extra reach when bass are shy about committing fully to a spinnerbait. Instead of using the tubing to hold it in place, try using a small piece of a wider rubber band. It's easier to apply and doesn't get in the way of your plastic trailer, if you are using one. I added the 1/0 to my spinnerbait after missing a bass, and it netted me one 3.5# the next bite which was stuck only on the trailer. January 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Trailer Hook I was surprised at the quality and the sharpness of these hooks. The tubing that came in the package made for easy installation and was very effective at securing the trailer hook to the main hook. Good price for what you get. October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by now im catchin em wow!! what a difference. in a tournament a month ago at s. wattuppa in fall river ma. missing 50% of fish. a friend told me to put on trailer hooks, and I didn't miss one. every fish I caught was on the trailer hook. now I wont fish with spinners unless I put on a trailer hook. relatively easy to do also. July 1, 2013
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2 years, 9 months ago
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1/0 is best for any weight spinnerbait, except 1oz. Typically, that size is used for deep fishing, and you wouldn't want a trail hook anyway because it increases your chances of getting snagged on vegetation and cover.
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2/0 works well with 1/4 oz. I haven't used a trailer hook for anything lighter.
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Hooks come with instructions, but slip the tubing over the eye of the trail hook and cut it off. You only need enough to cover the eye.
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Slide small piece of tubing over
eye of trail hook and pierce tubing
when hooking up lure's hook
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2 ways:
The most common is tu cut about 6mm of tubing and insert the eye of the hook inside. Afterwards, pass the eye of the hook on your main hook. This will maintain the trailer hook in a firm position.
The other way is to insert the eye of the trailer hook in the main hook and then put place the tubing across the main hook (but not by the hole, but perpendicular) this will let you have a loose trailer hook but I would recommend tubing with less diameter.
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The "textbook" method of rigging is to cut a small piece of tubing, and push the tubing width-wise onto the main hook after putting the trailer on. The only way to make the small tubing work is to thread it on over the hook point. This works adequately, but the tubing is still brittle and of low quality.
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How many are in a package?

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10
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I purchased the red 4/0 hooks and there are 8 to a pack.
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5 hooks
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This might be the worst question to ask, but these trailer's can be used on jigs and other lures right?
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ABSOLUTELY! I wouldn't suggest using them on flipping/pitching jigs. You'd increase your hookup on a lot more than fish!!! I use them on all of my swim jigs, chatter baits, etc. Definitely increases your hookups and getting fish to the shore or boat!
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Most definitely... Like Johnson spoon
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Yes the trailers can be used on other lures...just match up the hook side to the lure and it will work fine.
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You can use them on single hook baits, like jigs or buzz baits. The only problem might be the "snag-ability" factor would increase.
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They could be used on other lures, but you wouldn't achieve to much. Say if you used one on a jig, it really wouldn't be very weedless considering it doesn't have a weedguard like the actual jig does. And also for example if you used one on a crankbait, it might effect the correct action of the bait and it already has two trebble hooks on it so your hook-up ratio is pretty high anyway. There is one advantage to using this hook which is on buzzbaits which seems to be highly effective.
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