Owner® TwistLock® Centering-Pin Springs
Interchangeable stainless steel springs attach to hook eyes that permanently secure soft baits. Superior to stick-pin holders.
Manufacturer model #: 5124.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skeeter15 Very Handy Twist-Locks work great, very handy. Centering pin really helps keep things lined up well so line twist is not a problem. Keeps even my softest plastics in place through tough conditions, weeds, rocks, etc. April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carrir Nifty Springs These are great for using with Zoom H. Toads - it really extends the life of the frog. I can throw all day long uising the spring without replacing the frog. September 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shpank Versitile All 3 sizes have their uses - from swim baits to nose hooking smaller baits. July 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by CapnEddy Easy use!! I throw a lot of plastics in Fl, I use these often, and they work in every regard!! Easier to align on smaller head plastics with the pin, then other screw on springs! May 12, 2012
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A:I have the medium size spring and the package says it has an "outside diameter of 4.0mm (3/16")" I measured the length to be 1/2".
A:I use the Medium size spring with a 5/0 wide gap hook.
A:I use large(049) for most and medium(039) for smaller baits.
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A:What are you attaching to the hook? Frogs can take a medium or large pin. Swimbaits can take medium.
A:In most circumstances I would use the Large. But if a narrow bait is to be pinned go, down to a Medium.
A:I have found that the lure diameter is the most important match to make for the lure regardless of hook size.
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