All of your Fishing hooks from all the best brands from all over the angling world
Round Bend Worm Hooks, Offset Shank Roundbend and "J" Shaped Hooks are perfect for finesse and trick worms and other soft plastic baits
Extra Wide Gap Worm Hooks or EWG hooks, the bread and butter of soft plastic hooks allowing you for the best hookset option on all soft plastic baits
Hooks designed for soft plastics featuring a spring lock system allowing you to screw the soft plastic onto the hook and rig it standard texas style
Weighted hooks, giving a very natural horizontal bait action fall, designed for soft plastics featuring either a Fixed Weight /Standard Eye or a spring lock system allowing you to screw the soft plastic onto the hook and rig it standard texas style
Suspended bass can be a nightmare for many anglers. Whether they’re suspended due to a weather front or the time of year, they’re notoriously difficult to trick into biting. If you can learn to effectively fish underspins for bass, however, you’ll be able to catch more and bigger fish when other anglers fall short.
Featuring a Straight Shsnk and Designed for "Snell" Rigging with a Heavy Texas Weight for Flipping and Pitching into eavy Cover
In-Line Opposed Eye Single Point Hooks for Treble Hook Replacement
Drop Shot and Wacky Hooks specifically designed for drop shot fishing, finesse and Whacky Rig techniques.
Neko Rig Hooks
The Neko Rig is a relatively new phenomenon in the bass community. Basically, it is a weighted version of a wacky rig with a weight inserted into just one end of the soft plastic, giving the bait a unique action as it falls and allows it to stand straight up once it hits the bottom.
The Tokyo Rig is a deceptively simple set up that allows you to fish at a ll levels of the water, from a boat or from shore with minimal equipment. At its most basic, the Tokyo Rig is a hook attached to a short weighted wire, with a swivel. It is similar to a drop shot, but with a much shorter line on the bottom
Trailer hooks specifically designed for spinnerbaits, increasing the chance that fish get hooked up and stay hooked
Shaky heads and jig heads for finesse and power fishing
Octopus Hooks are like circle or j hooks, except that the eye is bent backwards.
This is so that if you’re snelling the hook, the line can go straight down to the backside of the shank.
However, the tip of the hook is at the same angle as the eye, so that even if you tie a knot directly to the eye, it will still effectively hook into a fish’s mouth.
Live Bait Hooks