Bill Dance Advantage Spring Treble Hooks
Designed with extremely sharp hook points and a wide bite to penetrate the toughest mouths. Small spring prevents nugget baits from flying off. 4 pack.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZippyFX Good quality hook I bought some discount dough hooks but the spring is always loose and and moving around. On these hooks though you get sturdy hooks and sturdy hooks that you can use again and again with no hassle, May 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JacktheSparrow Great product This is my first review on this page. Never caught a Catfish before. This weekend I got 2 and both with this hook. Love it and works great for me. It's not if you catch one - it's only the question: what size :-) June 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike37130 Pure genius Who ever invented this simple hook I hope you are rich because you deserve it. I can put a peace of dough bait on the end of a 9 foot road with 2 ounces of weight and launch it as hard as I can 140 yards out and this hook holds on to the bait like a champ. In fact I can do this mutable times before the bait finally falls off. If you use dough bait this is a must have hook! May 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by angryfishermen Great Hooks! This might sound strange but i freeze "velveeta cheese" on these hooks, and they have never let me down! November 22, 2011
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Details:I would like use this Spring Treble Hooks to fish a carp. Bat I need know realy size in mm. Help please.
A:I would not recommend this for carp fishing. Carp do not respond well to larger hooks. I would recommend using a #6 or #8 single hook that sharp and strong.
Carps mouth the bait and the hooks before you can feel them on the line usually and drop the bait if they detect the hook. This hook is large for carp and it would be quickly detected.
Details:i want a hook that i could use with different types of bait
A:I would not use this for chicken liver. I would stick with a regular treble hook. you could I suppose squish in the chicken liver if you do not mind getting messy.
If you had a very think dip bait this hook may work. Be careful on the cast to so as not to throw of the bait. I am not sure how well dip bait would hold on the sprint once wet.
A:works well with chicken liver, its holds dough bait better than a dip bait
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