Gamakatsu Spinnerbait Trailer Hook
Picked a couple of these off my friend and lemme tell you they work great.
But i don't use them as trailer hooks at all.
I like to use these with live bait for bass.
I usually have baited them with crayfish, small minnows and large slugs and things of that nature with success give em a try you won't be disappointed no matter what you intend to use em for/with.
September 6, 2010
Anyone that says these are too loose or they fly off is not rigging them correctly. The tubing is supposed to fit over the eye of the trailer, not as something you slip over the main hook after the trail hook is attached like some products. When slipped over the eye of the trailer hook, punch the main hook point through the center and you'll never worry about this thing even moving on the cast, let alone flying off. The tubing stays very tight to the trailer's eye fish after fish, and does not cause excessive drag (and poor bait action) like the heavy tubing of some other trailers (eagle claw). Using these on buzzbaits is excellent as well.
October 7, 2010
great for spinnerbaits
This is a great trailer hook because it is so sharp. It is easy to use, and makes the differnce at times so you do not miss fish.
February 15, 2009
I've been using Gamakatsu hooks for many years now and they are, by far, the best hooks on the market. They aren't the least expensive, but after spending many thousands on a boat, thousands on rods and reels, hundreds on travel to and from the lake, do you really want to use less than the best hooks? I know it sounds like a commercial but it always amazes me how many people will cut corners on what is probably the most important part of any lure, and that is the hook. Buy great hooks and increase your catch. Don't cut corners on this very important part of the game.
October 4, 2010