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Topic: spoon fishing for trout........  (Read 1565 times)

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mooch

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Change the treble hooks to single siwash hooks....why?
1) safer for kids to handle
2) they snag less
3) easier to release small fish on a single hook - less harm to the fish as well.
4) a treble hooked fish that is netted - can be a disaster (tangle galore)

I replace my spinners with single hooks as well (rooster tails & panther martins)

http://www.gamakatsu.com/catalog/siwash.htm

just my 2 cents.....


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I do the same thing with all my rockfish jigs too.


 

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