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Owner® TwistLock® Centering-Pin Springs

   

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8

Model:
5124-029

Medium

8

Model:
5124-039

Large

8

Model:
5124-049
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 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product! The centering pin allows you to position the spring in the middle of your soft plastic without tearing the outside of he bait. And holds to it with strength like no other. May 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Holds as well as super glue The centering pin makes it very simple to use and keeps everything straight. It will with every kind of hook and plastic bait that I have tried. I mostly use them with curly tail grubs for big brook trout. February 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Try Them All the other twist lock type devices I've used all have a problem getting them started and in a straight line in the bait. The Owner TwistLock has the centering pin that gets you started in the bait exactly where you want it every time. A definite improvement over other products of this type. December 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase I use a scent solution often to soften my plastic baits so they feel more life like. These spring type keepers secure my bait on the hook without having to adjust the bait after every cast. They are also great for adding a very small spinner to the bait. I like this item. October 9, 2013
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ANY WHERE I COULD FIND A VIDEO ON THIS OR SOME PICS I WILL BE MORE THAN GREATFULL FOR ANY TIPS
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I GOT IT FIGURED OUT BUT WOULD LIKE A VIDEO SHOWING AND TRICKS I MAY NOT BE AWARE OF.
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Take the twisted end and place it in the hook eye and screw it on to the hook.You may have to use pliers to make the final twist onto the hook eye.
Do not try to do this with the center pin.
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1, 2, 1/0, 2/0- SMALL
2/0, 3/0, 4/0- MEDIUM
5/0 AND UP LARGE
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1/8"
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3/16"
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1/4"
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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".
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The small ones are about 1/8" diameter and 3/16" long. Large is 1/4" dia. and 3/8" long. They were easy to put baits on and they also tore my baits easily when short strikes occur,
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MEDIUM
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I use the Medium size spring with a 5/0 wide gap hook.
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I use large(049) for most and medium(039) for smaller baits.
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i use the 5124-039
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What are you attaching to the hook? Frogs can take a medium or large pin. Swimbaits can take medium.
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Medium
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The Mid-size.
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In most circumstances I would use the Large. But if a narrow bait is to be pinned go, down to a Medium.
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Medium or large
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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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It would depend on the size of bait I was using. Since I usually throw 4"-6" soft plastics, I use the medium-sized ones. Oh,I'm using either 4/0 or 5/0 hooks
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