Lazer TroKar® Octopus Hooks
- 3-sided hook point
- Surgically sharpened
- Ultra-clean, cold-forged, high-carbon steel
- Low-profile barb
- Bolstered wire diameter
- Tailored tempering process
Manufacturer model #: TK400.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WaterbugWyoming Wicked SHARP! I tried these hooks last tournament season with great success so I bought more! I started off this season with a 6th place finish! I used them on a simple lindy dead stick rig. The ultra sharp point took very little pressure to set the hook on subtle biting walleyes and northern pike, most simply hooked themselves. These hooks will be my go to hooks on tournament days! May 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SirQuagmire51 Best Hook I have ever used These have got to be the BEST hooks I have ever uset. They set almost instantly which means more hook-ups than with other hooks I have used. I would deffinately recommend thes hooks for any angler who wants faster and easier hook-ups. June 7, 2012
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Details:Are these octupus hooks the ones to use for drop shoting? what size do I use the 1 or the 1/0 ?
Details:Does it matter which way you thread the fishing line when tying this style of hook? In other words, when you finish tying the hook, should the leader be on top of the eye or the bottom?
A:For crawler harnesses I will tie the hooks opposite, ie. one with the line each way so my rigs have a hook pointing each way. Works for me... for live bait I like the point to be up.
A:I have tried it with several different knots and fine it to work well with all of them. My best suggestion is to try different knots for different presentation styles , find the one that works best for you and stick with it.
A:If using you standard clinch knot or Palomar or anything similar it does not. I highly recommend using a snelll knot when tying these though, works fantastic adds a little leverage behind it. For my snell I just go in from the top of the eye and tie a unit-knot behind it.
A:This depends on the type of presentation that you are tyring to create with this hook. If you are bass fishing these hooks are generally used for drop shotting techniques. Try tying the hook with a Palomar knot. If you are fishing with live bait, try using a cinch knot.
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