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Hook Bonnets

   

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Not only are Hook Bonets a simple way to save your hide, but they keeps your lures from tangling as well. Hook Bonets are a must have for anyone who takes youngsters fishing. Small fits treble hook sizes 8-12, medium fits 2-6 and large fits 1, 1/0, 2/0. Available in easy-to-see fluorescent colors. (Lure not included.)
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Hook Bonnets-medium I've used hook bonnets for years. This inexpensive accessory allows you to place crankbaits adjacent to each other in your tackle box without fear of getting the treble hooks tangled. You can even throw a few in your jacket pocket and fish from the bank without having to carry a tackle box! November 16, 2014
Great for protecting little fingers I collect lures with my Grandsons and these hook bonnets are great! I've had a hook buried in my finger before past the barb, and let me tell you, it hurts. I don't this to happen to my Grandson while he is looking at our fishing lures. These hook bonnets are great to keep lures from being tangled up, and I could see advantages for using them for fishing also. The green color is the one I use the most, but I do use all three colors for various hooks. Very easy to install and remove. Works great! November 9, 2014
Hook Bonnets - Money well spent I bought this product in all three sizes because I have lures with treble hooks in various sizes. The bonnets keep lures untangled in my tackle boxes. I am now able to set the casting brake drag on my level wind reels before I load the boat. Changing lures on the water is faster and easier because, now I don't have to "Untangle" treble hooks to facilitate the process. October 27, 2014
Hook Bonnets Had some old hard plastic ones that where very hard to get on or remove . These are soft and install and remove with one trouble . August 13, 2014
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I've only used the Hook Bonnet brand.
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 - Lafayette, LA
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I use the hook bonnets on all my crankbaits. They protect the hooks to keep them sharp and they protect you from the hooks. They take up room in the tackle box, but they keep your hooks from tangling as well.
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These are so easily on/off, I can't image why anyone uses the tubing covers. I definitely recommend the bonnets.
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I'm not sure which hook covers you are referening, but these hook kbonnets are very convenient, very compact and stay in place. I would try some as they are not exdpensive and do the job.
3 years, 5 months ago
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 - Southern VT
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I have not found anyting that comes close to the Hook Bonnet.
3 years, 6 months ago
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 - Spokane, Washington
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THE BONNETS ARE THE BEST I HAVE FOUND
3 years, 6 months ago
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 - peterborough Canada
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They both have their place, as a matter of fact I use both.
3 years, 7 months ago
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 - Indianapolis, IN
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I prefer the bonnets 10 to 1...
3 years, 7 months ago
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 - Kingsport, TN
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They are as good as i have ever used. And i have been around a long time.
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I prefer the bonnets they are easier to get on and off.
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hook covers is much better as most people either don't know what they mean by bonnet or won't think to look under bonnet for hook covers.
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 - Port Colborne, ON
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