Gamakatsu® Short Shank Treble Hooks with Magic Eye
- Ideal hooks for lure upgrades
- Sticky sharp points
- Very strong steel construction
- Magic Eye fits between split ring wires
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by vidsoutmike best ever These short shank hooks pin the fish tight to the bait, reducing lost fish. I tell al my friends about these hooks. March 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MichAngler Great Replacement Hooks These are great replacement hooks – Easy to install – sharp and NS black will stay sharp and last longer than standard nickel hooks – Short shank allows larger hooks on smaller baits without hooks tangling up. Odd number of hooks is only drawback 11 hooks leaves you short one hook no matter if you’re doing 3 hook or 2 hook baits. Should be a full dozen in the package! August 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by JRZFishing Best upgrade treble out there I primarily used the longer shank ones till I found these. These are just as great, super sharp but with the added bonus of hanging close to your crank bait. The best part tho is that these are really easy to slide into the split rings on your cranks. Thats always the most annoying part for me and these definitely help! September 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SoCaliforniaBasser amazing hooks! I purchased these to upgrade the hooks on some of my crank baits. Going from the stock size 6 hooks that are on most of my cranks, I replaced with these in size 4. Make sure you install them correctly with the eye facing flat against the belly of your lure and the rear hook facing up! Anyways every bite I have had lately on my cranks, I have landed the fish with the hook all the way through the face of the bass!!! These suckers are sharp and strong! I strongly recommend them!!! July 26, 2011
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A:I have caught fish up to eight pound on crank baits with these hooks! I have also attempted to pull up a DD22 with these hooks out of a tree 15 feet deep on braided line and brought up bark in the hooks. I didn't loose the lure and the hooks were not bent strait like the old eagle claws that use to be on the DD22.
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