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Old 02-13-2013, 06:32 PM
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Default Good hooks for bonefish?

I've ask the same question some time ago but I didn't get a good enough feedback. What hooks do you use for bonefish?

Is it Daiichi 2546 / xpoints
Gamas
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Tiemco..
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:26 PM
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Default Re: Good hooks for bonefish?

i like tiemcos, and gamas cant go wrong with ether of those, I have never used the other one you mentioned, but if its sharp/strong it will work.
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Default Re: Good hooks for bonefish?

I recommend Allen hook which are just as good as the two mentioned for a much cheeper price.
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I have so many mustad 3407 hooks its all I use.
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Default Re: Good hooks for bonefish?

If I had to pick one hook and the criteria was for quality and price it would most certainly be the Mustad Signature in the z steel group. The old standard hook was the Mustad 34007 and a lot on Bonefish have been taken on them.

The Signature is made in the 34007 model and to me is the perfect hook for Bones. They stay sharp forever and have a nice micro barb.

I did not know Allen made hooks and i did look at their website but it appears they do not make a stainless model.
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I did not know Allen made hooks and i did look at their website but it appears they do not make a stainless model.
Better have another look ... SW001 - Saltwater - Allen Fly Fishing Store

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