YOUR Favorite Treble Hooks?

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  1. wartfroggy

    wartfroggy

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    These have been rather productive for years....:lol:
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  2. snaggs

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    Combined with a stick of TNT hanging from the main line this combination is a sure fish-getter and will put any fish in the box. Guaranteed......or your arm and leg cheerfully returned. :help:
     

  3. wally-eye

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    Chris would have been a better picture with a 4 inch piece of yarn wrapped around the hooks.....:evil: :lol:
     
  4. wartfroggy

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    That works as well. Here is a common spawn rig that works pretty good.
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  5. woodie slayer

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    i switched all my rapalas to gamakatsu red trebles..no more lost walleyes
     
  6. sfw1960

    sfw1960 Staff Member Super Mod Mods

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    Here's a picture of the #4's (I still have a few of these on hand)

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    Mr. ESOX got a few in the mail the other day and he said:
    "they are wicked sharp, and made out of a very good quality wire"
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    PM if interested......

    Manx , I sent you a PM....:fish2:
     
  7. Griffin

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    Mustad, VMC and Gamakatsu
     
  8. SEAWOLF XI

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    If i had unlimited money and could change my hooks after 5-10 fish gamagatsu round bends hands down.

    the 2x owner stingers with the cutting point are nice on salmon flies and hold up quite well but are unshapenable

    But the ones i really like and last forever are the VMC pemasteels (like the ones that come on a j-plug) sharp and last for a decade if not more on a lure and seem to almost have the best hook up % in my mind. If ne one knows where i can get some plz let me know..............