2 dollars a hook.
I agree. My dilemma would be, what would I do with the thousand hooks I already have?They look like really nice hooks, but for the average angler arent really worth the cost of loosing a couple on a trip to the lake. I can see where tourney guys might want them though.
Turn them into PETA and get a free Teddy Bear, maybe a stuffed whale....:IconrotflI agree. My dilemma would be, what would I do with the thousand hooks I already have?
i use those rebarbs to catch crap and sell them off as khoi fish to buy some x-point hooks.Uh I dont think fisherman are having hook problems? I mean Gami Superline and Rebarbs work awesome...
I think Ghettorig uses the light wire rebarbs to catch carp, those are alot bigger thean bass:biggrin:
That being said Ill pick up a few packs...
:Iconrotfl:Iconrotfl:Iconrotfli use those rebarbs to catch crap and sell them off as khoi fish to buy some x-point hooks.
that being said, you can GFY! :moon:
What's the issue with them?as for as gammys, i give those to my backseater if they dont own any tackle.
Some of the reviews about these new TroKar's are saying the same that they are really sharp when first used, expensive, and the points will bend out on you.the points on them bend
All fine point hooks will bend if snagged on something. From what I've seen of x-point hooks (and correct me if I'm wrong) is that they are not a fine hook point, they are sharp, just not tacky sharp like a fine point gamakatsu. I've been using the XPS clone of gamakatsu hooks, seem to be just as tacky as gamakatsu, but hell of a lot cheaper. When they are cheap you never sweat changing one out after freeing a snag, hell usually I break off before I ever get one free no matter what hooks I use. Hate it.the points on them bend