Mister Twister® Keeper® Hooks - Unweighted
The pointed barbed shank attached to the eye is the secret to the Keeper. Easy to rig; holds plastics firm.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by wayneski1 RED Try the red one,I guess the fish think your bait is injured April 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marabou11 The Forgotten Hooks These hooks are very practical when you want to put a weight on the shank of the hook because you don't have to retie your hook all the time. The barb of the keeper is very easy to put in any soft plastics. The hooks are very sharp and durable. I also like the angle of the hook near the barb; it makes it easier to hook a fish. February 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by forwhat works great Tryed the ones without the keeper and I either put too much or too little worm through the hook. With these no need to worry about it. Also, you can tell when you miss a fish, they seem to pull the head of the worm off the keeper. January 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by hila2006 Great product 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
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A:Water color and clarity are what you need to know for the color you should use. Murky water you should start with a darker color, so it stands out more, clearer water you need more subtle, natural colors.
A:Red is trendy right now, suppose to look like 'blood'. Either hook works great.
A:I get more bites and fish with the red color because I think it looks like a blood stream under your worm. If that isn't it, then I don't know how to explain more bites and fish.
A:No signifacance at all! Just preference! I personally like the brown natural color! Caught fish on both!
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A:Well they say the red is invisible to fish but its not proven!
A:In clear, unstained water use the red hook color because after several feet under water, the red color becomes difficult for the fish to notice. Use the bronze ones in stained or muddy water because color will not be an issue. B.P.
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