Interesting Hooks I've Had Good Luck With

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NonHyphenAmerican
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Interesting Hooks I've Had Good Luck With

#1 Post by NonHyphenAmerican » Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:53 pm

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I've caught rainbow and brown trout, white, striped, small mouth and large mouth bass, channel cats, bullhead cats, blue cats, blue gills, and crappie on them with a worm hooked in.

They work on the bottom as well as reeled in slowly.

I've only been able to find them at Gander Mountain. They're packaged 6 to a pack.
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#2 Post by kiowacampers » Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:06 am

This is my favorite one. It's kind of orange and brown. It had red hooks but it's all wore off now. Caught many of everything on it. I believe it was at Wally World. Sorry about the size of the pic.
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#3 Post by smoker62 » Thu Oct 16, 2014 10:24 am

Time to retie that crank LOL. Line looks a little frayed.
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#4 Post by kiowacampers » Thu Oct 16, 2014 5:56 pm

My hubby was to busy reeling them in! Don't worry we take them off after were done. I just need to find a new one since this has been thru a few wars.
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#5 Post by REPETE » Wed Mar 25, 2015 12:18 pm

kiowacampers wrote:My hubby was to busy reeling them in! Don't worry we take them off after were done. I just need to find a new one since this has been thru a few wars.
What kind of line is that? :shock:
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#6 Post by RcgTexas » Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:48 pm

smoker62 wrote:Time to retie that crank LOL. Line looks a little frayed.

Exactly what came to my mind. That stuff looks like some snagal toothed guys dental floss. :shock:
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