Owner® Mutu Light™ Circle Hooks

   

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Red

8

Model:
5114-103

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Red

8

Model:
5114-093

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Red

9

Model:
5114-073

6

Red

10

Model:
5114-053

1/0

Red

7

Model:
5114-113

2/0

Red

6

Model:
5114-123

3/0

Red

5

Model:
5114-133

4/0

Red

5

Model:
5114-143

5/0

Red

4

Model:
5114-153

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Black Chrome

8

Model:
5114-101

2

Black Chrome

8

Model:
5114-091

4

Black Chrome

9

Model:
5114-071

6

Black Chrome

10

Model:
5114-051

8

Black Chrome

11

Model:
5114-031

10

Black Chrome

11

Model:
5114-011

1/0

Black Chrome

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Model:
5114-111

2/0

Black Chrome

6

Model:
5114-121

3/0

Black Chrome

5

Model:
5114-131

4/0

Black Chrome

5

Model:
5114-141

5/0

Black Chrome

4

Model:
5114-151

6/0

Black Chrome

3

Model:
5114-161

7/0

Black Chrome

3

Model:
5114-171

1

Black Chrome

46

Model:
5314-101

2

Black Chrome

46

Model:
5314-091

4

Black Chrome

51

Model:
5314-071

6

Black Chrome

57

Model:
5314-051

1/0

Black Chrome

40

Model:
5314-111

2/0

Black Chrome

34

Model:
5314-121

3/0

Black Chrome

28

Model:
5314-131

4/0

Black Chrome

28

Model:
5314-141

5/0

Black Chrome

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Model:
5314-151
  • For rigging live and chunk baits
  • Unique offset to jaw-hook fish
  • Forged hook point with a corrosion resistant finish

Serious saltwater anglers find Owner’s Mutu Light Circle Hooks ideal for rigging both live and chunk baits. These premium Mutu Light Circle Hooks are designed with a unique offset, ''hangnail'' point so fish are jaw-hooked, not gut-hooked, approximately 90% of the time. Super-sharp forged point with a corrosion-resistant finish. Plus, the lighter wire used on these hooks allows for a livelier bait action. Models 5114 and 5314

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Red Circle hook # 4 I will never go back to using another hook when Lindy Rigging. These are the best hooks I have ever used. Simply put you almost never have to set the hook. The fish (Walleye) simply hooks itself everytime. I would say that over 90% of the time the fish gets hooked in the lip and not the gut. This year compared to last year, I have hooked almost every fish that I got a bite on. Absolutly the best ! ! I Also the Red color is a must. Be carefull when using, they are extremely sharp and get ready to say, " FISH ON" ! I just wish they stocked these in the store ! July 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Catch Fish I used the hooks to catch mullet. N.C. gives a citation for sea mullet weighing 1 1/2 lbs. I caught one that weighed 2.06bs. I had a good day and caught a total of 9 fish usung thes hooks. July 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Hooks I use these hooks to fish for smallmouth bass with live bait. They are sharp, easy on the fish, and provide excellent hookups. Just remember to begin reeling, rather than setting the hook, when you feel the bite. Most fish will be hooked in the corner of the mouth. Great for catch and release! June 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Favorite dropshot hook I use the Mutu light wire circle hook all the time for any dropshot nose hooked artificial baits. I also use them for wacky rigging. They seem to provide better hooksets and less hang ups than the traditional octopus style of circle hook, and I like the fact that most of the time they will end up lip hooking the bass, rather than getting stuck deep in the fishes throat. April 29, 2010
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Me personaly, i use mustad 7/0 to 8/0 stainless steel hooks. With that said i have not cought a red fish under 35 inches and up to 43 inches in the last 7 years. I only fish for bull reds, if i dont fight the fish for at least 15 min. I DONT WANT IT. And i catch ALOT of bull reds every year!!!!
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4-6 should do the job
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Size 10 worked great for panfish. Caught a bunch - but not one was gut hooked.
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Hook size should match your bait size. probably a size 6 or smaller for a bass minnow
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I've caught Bluegill on a #8 while trout fishing. I'd say #8 or smaller should work for panfish.
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The # 10's work great on all panfish that i've caught so far and I've caught some small one's and some great big one's.

Perhaps a #12 would work better but bass pro doe's not have them. hint hint
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I have both #6 and #2 hooks. I'v caught 3" long panfish with the #6 and 1/2 pound ones on the #2 hooks. I would go with #2 to #1/0 for the bigger panfish and #6 or #4 if you are trying to catch some catfish bait.
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Yes, these work on most fish, including saltwater. I would use a small hook for panfish. I would try Some #8 of #10.
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Yes perfect and I would still use the #4 hook in Red as well. I always used a smaller hook then I started using the #4 Mutu Circle hook and i will never go back or use another style. Good luck !
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I have used size 8 and size 10 to catch trout. These sizes should also work well on panfish such as crappie or bluegill.
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Circle hooks are great for panfish, as they usually end up in the fishes lip rather than in their throat. The trouble is that many manufacturers don't make them very small. Owner (my favorite design of this hook) makes them down to size 6 and Gamakatsu make them down to size 8, but Eagle Claw makes them all the way down to size 14. I recommend a size 8 or 10 for panfishing.
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sizes 4 and 6
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