Jean Buckner Hooks May 15th, 2019
Long shanked hooks. Mostly Limerick, Aberdeen and similar styles, are thin-wire hooks with long shanks and dark colors, from red to black. Some have small...
Kitty Gordon Hooks April 28th, 2019
If you are new to the world of fishing or even if you have been fishing for many years one of the most basic things...
Jean Buckner Hooks April 28th, 2019
Trevor Kugler is co-founder of JRWfishing a website focused on river and stream fishing with a focus on drift fishing with ultralight tackle. He has...
Hollie Alvarez Hooks April 28th, 2019
Special design hooks. These are the keel hooks, jig, Kahle, and offset hooks. Keel (worm) hooks, those with shanks double-bent just below the eye so...
Gabrielle Lawrence Hooks April 28th, 2019
Trebles are three hooks welded into one, commonly used in lures, from crankbaits through trolling lures to diamond jigs. A treble hook is usually attached...
Francisca Sykes Hooks April 28th, 2019
A common misconception is that small trout hooks (size 8 to 12) aren't large enough to hook and land large trout. This is simply not...
Francesca Farley Hooks April 28th, 2019
The "upturned beak" hooks have a little something in common with circle hooks that is worth mentioning here. Aside from the positive hooking mortality benefits...
Elvia Roberson Hooks April 28th, 2019
Circle hooks and J-hooks are the two most commonly found types of saltwater bait hooks. There is an ongoing debate by saltwater anglers as to...