Mister Twister Keeper Hooks - Unweighted
tried & true
have used these hooks for years & years,,,,seldom have I lost a fish when I set the hook right!
October 2, 2014
Fishing Tackle Box
I looked at all the tackle boxes you have and found one that was just right for my son who lives in AZ and goes fishing all the time.
November 1, 2013
These are good.
I used the standard bent-shank style worm hooks a lot and got frustrated one day because I had multiple times in a row when a fish took my lure and went with it I mean gave a few real solid tugs and then just spat the worm out, didn't hook up. I had% a pack of these keeper hooks in my tackle box but hadn't been using them I don't know why, I guess I just thought they were kind of gimicky anyways I decided to try one. Three casts later I had my next bite, solid hook up fish in boat. I now always have them in my tackle box. I find mostly I use the 3/0 and 4/0 but I keep 2/0 and 5/0 also. I am using these for 90% of my plastics fishing now. At first I thought it looked a little funny how a worm weight sits on the line with these, there is a little space between the lure and the weight because of the hook eye but it doesn't seem to matter, I think I get just as many bites and it doesn't seem to snag noticably more than with other hooks. They are plenty sharp, but if they dull just sharpen them with small file (I use one for ladies fingernails that I got at a convenience store/pharmacy, works fantastic). The only disadvantage I've found is that you tend to loose the plastic bait if you hook a fish that fights decent, but in my mind that's better than loosing the fish.
Oh and they are cheaper than some other hooks too, nice perk.
June 9, 2013
Try the red one,I guess the fish think your bait is injured
April 23, 2013