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Eagle Claw® Circle Hooks

   

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High-quality Lazer Point Super-Sharp fish hooks. Made in USA.

A. Model L2006U Circle Hook
B. Model L197G Circle Bait Hook
C. Model L2004G Circle Bait Hook
D. Model L2222F Circle Hook

Eagle Claw® Circle Hooks 5 5 15 15
great hook Strong, sharp, must be washed after saltwater use or they rust quickly September 17, 2012
Used for Years For as long as I can remember I have used Eagle Claw hooks. The short shanks keep most fish from swallowing them and from slipping off. These hooks have never let me down. Once it bites, it stays. July 21, 2012
great hook These hooks work great on fluke. They don't attack a hook like most fish so the circle sets itself. July 10, 2012
Great For Pitch Baiting I have used these pretty extensively on the East Cape of Baja live baiting sails, marlin, dorado, etc. Normally use 8/0 to 12/0 depending on the size of the bait. I have caught a lot of sails and marlin up to 250lb with excellent results. November 23, 2010
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Is the L222F circle hook inline or offset?
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I understand that you dont need to set the hook with these but hat happens if you do set the hook like you normally would.
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You don't need to set the hook, but if you do most times it will set
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This hook is designed to lodge in the corner of the mouth and a quick hook set will more than likely jerk the hook out of the mouth instead of it settling in the corner of the jaw.
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you will wost likely pull the hook.let the fish set the hook
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If you set the hook like a normal hook you may have a chance or hokin up but it will be less likely. Its better to just keep the slack out of the line and just reel
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same thing your fish is on and you wont loose them
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Most of the time the hook will pull straight out of the fish's mouth without catching on anything--I've missed several fish thiat way.
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Are circle hooks effective on bass when using live bait such as worms or minnows?
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Circle hooks will work on any type of bait that a fish is trying to swallow.
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Yes Circle hooks are great for live bait fishing for bass. I would recommend only using them if you are using minnows because it is hard to put the worms on them. I use #3/0 size for largemouth and smallmouth bass and have had no problems.
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