Eagle Claw® Jig Hooks - 570

   

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8

Bronze

100

Model:
570 8

6

Bronze

100

Model:
570 6

4

Bronze

100

Model:
570 4

2

Bronze

100

Model:
570 2

1

Bronze

100

Model:
570 1

1/0

Bronze

100

Model:
570 1/0

2/0

Bronze

100

Model:
570 2/0

3/0

Bronze

100

Model:
570 3/0

4/0

Bronze

100

Model:
570 4/0
  • Perfect combination of strength, design and performance
  • Ultra-sharp points and consistent construction
  • Ideal for a variety of live bait applications
  • Bronze finish
  • Model: 570  
Eagle Claw Hooks are famous for delivering the perfect combination of strength, design and performance. Highlighted by ultra-sharp points and consistent construction, Aberdeen style, 90°leg
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Tiny Hooks Perhaps I just got a mismarked pack, but I ordered size 8 hooks and they were tiny. They are about the same size as the size 12 1/80 oz. jig hooks I've ordered from Bass Pro. So beware. The hooks you get could be much smaller than you anticipate. April 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cost affective I use these hooks to make my own jig heads, and they preform well. their are cost affective in that I can make my own jig heads at about 1/5 the cost of premade jigs January 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by love these hooks I pour my own crappie jigs and I like these hooks. Not only do they work well when pouring lead but they allow you to pull free from the brush many times without having to re-tie. They still work great for landing slab crappie also. September 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good hooks theey are strong hold up good have gotten them snagged and they did not break.easy to use for tying. July 30, 2011
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Is the #2 or the #4 better for 1/16 oz crappie jigs?
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probably number 4. I use those mostly but have used number 6 and they work fine also.
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I used the #4 for many years, but now I use the # 2. I like the #2 better now for 1/16 jigs.
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Depends on intended use. I use a #6 on some 1/16 and #4 other times. Pour my own lead heads so I can pick and choose. Depth, water current, jib bodies used and etc dictate what size of hooks and weights I use. Fishing deep may require 1/8 oz to get down as would current and the such. Crappie have a pretty big mouth and size of hook doesn't seem that critical, like the depth, color and action does to entice bites.
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i use both. the #2's are good for larger grubs (3"), while the #4's are better for 2" grubs. the #2 hooks have a longer shank. i make 1/16 oz. jigheads with both sizes.
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The 635 Tin Hoods?

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Why doesn't BPS carry the 635 tin hooks?
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 - Jeffersonville, In.
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Don't know. Would suppose the best bet would be to go to fishing or bait shop that would be willing to order you a box or two. Expect that the demand isn't too great for the tinned hooks so BPS doesn't offer them.
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