Tru-Turn Baitholder Hooks - 307ZS

   

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307ZS 2
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  • SKU: 1637880

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307ZS 4
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  • SKU: 1637879

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307ZS 6
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  • SKU: 1637878

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307ZS 8
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Made for livebait fishing in freshwater, the Tru-Turn® Baitholder Hooks feature a cam-action design which forces the point to rotate into the fish's mouth, getting the surest hook set and the deepest possible hold. Outstanding bronze finish ensures durability and maximum corrosion-resistance. Additional features include forged construction, down eye, two baitholder barbs and razor sharp spear point.

  • Model 307ZS
  • Down eye
  • Offset shank
  • Forged
  • Two baitholder barbs
  • Sharp spear point
  • Bronze finish
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best buy Have used these hooks forever, had a hard time finding them. Glad you all carry them. March 1, 2011
Best Baitholder Hooks. These are the best bait holder hooks I've ever used great for Perch. They have a great hooking percentage and are also great for dropshoting for smallmouth. December 24, 2010
Tru-Turn Hooks I am glad to see BPS has these hooks available again. This is my go to hook for walleye fishing just about any time I use a whole crawler or leech. July 3, 2010
Good Hooks This hook has many features I like in a hook. The long shank allows more room for more bait. It also allows for easy removal with pliers in the case of a swallowed hook. And of course the True-turn action of the shank makes for more hookups. The light wire of the hook allows for easy retrival from hangups especially if paired with a light braided line. Just pull steadily with increasing tension to allow the hook to straighten and come loose. Re-bend the hook and it's as good as new. I use a #4 for Crappie and Shellcrackers and a #6 for Bluegill. June 2, 2010
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