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Gamakatsu G-Stinger Trailer Hook

   

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Gamakatsu® G-Stinger Trailer Hook.

Gamakatsu G-Stinger Trailer Hook 4.8 5 9 9
Don't FIsh Walleye Without Them! Short-Strikes may be the single most frustrating thing a fisherman faces — AND THESE ARE THE CURE! Attach these to the last hook on your lure or to the hook on your jig & start catching the fish that otherwise would have been nothing but frustrating. On our last Canadian fishing trip, stinger hooks caught about 1/4 our fish. Don't FIsh Walleye Without Them! Although I started using stinger hooks for walleye, I keep them in my tackle box for any time we start seeing short-strikes. January 24, 2011
G-Stinger is Awesome What an excellent way to add a stinger hook to a jig. Simple and easy to use, I love it! July 17, 2006
don't fall off good hook with good string and knots. used it in detroit river last weekend for short biting walleyes. I got hung up on the trailer a few times and, if I got the jig rig back, the trailer never failed. put it to the river snag test and it passed!! good job gamakatsu! April 22, 2010
Stinger hooks I love these Gamakatsu stinger hooks. Easy to put on, very sharp, dont get hung up and best of all, they catch fish. July 3, 2014
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No knot needed, loop hook thru the hook and pull it tight on the main hook.
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You can use the tubing that
comes with ordinary trail hooks
and treat the string loop as you
would a hook shank. You can
also use a piece of a wide rubber
band as a stopper after you loop
this trailer over the spinner bait
hook...
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By putting the hook through the loop. This forms a loop which you slide over your spinner bait hook, pull tight.

I have never had this come off while casting.
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No knot needed. You just slip the hook around your hook then back through the loop. These work great
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Yes stays on well
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Slide the hook through the loop. The opening then fits over the hook on your spinner bait. Pull tight, tension keeps it in place.
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This is used when you want an extra smaller hook on a spinner or buzzbait. You slide the trailer hook through the big hook so if the fish bites the back you can catch it.

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