Mister Twister Keeper Hooks - Unweighted
These hooks are so easy to use. I use these hooks in a local lake that have tons of bass these bass are all stunted and small every cast is a fish. So these hooks made make is so easy and fast. It can take me 15 sec to rebait my hook. All you have to do is pus the worm up the barb and cast. The only thing is that these hooks over a year will start to rust. but stay sharp and strong.
March 28, 2010
good hook sets
I like these Mister Twister hooks because they have a easy to use straight nail in the eye of the hook that you insert into you worms, grubs etc. and makes putting your worm on nice and straight.. If the head of the worm is pulled off the insert I know that the bite was a game fish not a sunfish, crappie etc. that normally pulls from the tail. It also doesn't damage the bait as much. I prefer the Kahle style the best because of the large gap in the throat of the hook especially when I using senko's and tube gates
June 16, 2010
These are the best worm hooks I've ever used. They come in all right sizes, and make changing plastics very easy and quick.
November 3, 2012
Mister Twister Doesn't Let Go
I think I first came across this hook about eight years ago and I have never looked back for finicky bass fishing, especially weightless! It adds a bit of weight to the bait and makes it a bit more natural looking.
I bait the traditional 7" Berkely Power Worms on these and I can fish the same worm through several catches without the bait being destroyed from being pulled through like the traditional weedless rigs.
Don't get me wrong, there are times when you have to rig a different hook, but 99.9% of the time this is the hook of choice for me! 3/0 on 7" Berkely brings 'em in! If ya need a bit more bounce, the weighted hooks work great as well.
November 11, 2006