Mister Twister Keeper Hooks - Weighted
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The pointed barbed shank attached to the eye is the secret to the Mister Twister® Keeper® Hook. Easy to rig; holds plastics firm.
Mister Twister® Keeper® Hooks - Weighted
mr twister keeper hooks
very good hooks for jigging used with a earth worm
June 28, 2011
I use these with some of the Z-mann products because it is hard to get the Z-Mann plastics on some of the spiral keepers.
Good hooks and the bait stays in place.
May 17, 2011
Great for jerk shads and flukes
These hooks are really great when rigging up jerk shads and super flukes.
First off, the barbed shank allows you to "spear" the head of the bait without having to thread the entire hook through the baits body. This is a huge advantage with the really soft, bio-degradable plastics being used today.
Second, the hook has a smaller bend to it, so the weight sits closer to the body of the bait unlike some of the wide-gap swimbait hooks that hang so far below the bait. The hook seems to fit the bait better and offers a more natural looking presentation.
Third, the angle of the hook tip is really condusive to a Texas type rigging. When a soft plastic body is rigged Texas style, the hook tip just barely hooks the "skin" on the back of the bait, making hook-sets much easier to reform than with other style worm hooks or swimbait hooks.
The design of this hook is perfect to prevent the destruction of the bait from just rigging it. It's better to let the bass destroy the bait instead!
July 14, 2010
excellent and reliable
i have used this on all kinds of plastics. the only thing i have used them with that has produced is the chigger craw. it's me and not the product. with the exception of a couple times i lost the fish. i didn't realize i had a fish since it was hooked up with about 5 lbs of salad. for the most part when the fish have hit my lure i didn't even really have to set the hook. they hooked themselves. the fish do stay on the hook but i don't have to work at it real hard to remove the hook. which is good for releasing the fish
June 18, 2010
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