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#16
Dankie vir die inligting BaitPouringVincent wanneer kan ek Skip Gap Hooks kom haal???? :blue-biggrin:
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#17
Skip gap hooks TRADE off versus Roboworms... works for me! :blue-badgrin:
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#18
Ninja Wrote:
CrankbaitCarl Wrote:.... the point and the shank are on the same plane, otherwise the worm does not lie correctly.

CBC, I presume you mean parallel not "same plain"? If they were on the same plain (in line) and you skin hook the wormy on the top then the worm will lie in a slight loop unless you insert the hook's point into the middle of the worm but we don't do that. So the hook and the shaft must be parallel but with a slight off-set (not on the same plain) to accommodate for half of the thickness of the average wormy.

BWV's pictures above illustrates this nicely. Hold a ruler in line (same plane) as the shank and you will see that although the point is parallel to the shank it not on the same plane, it has an off-set of about 3-4mm.

Yup Ninja - that gives me the confidence in GAMAKATSU OFFSET EWG in all formats...
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#19
BoatWrapperVincent Wrote:Yup Ninja - that gives me the confidence in GAMAKATSU OFFSET EWG in all formats...

I only use Gamkatsu hooks, they work well for midweek fishing. :blue-biggrin:
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#20
Hooks I found one should rather stay away from is Damiki...could not buy a proper hookset 2 seasons ago at Bulshoek.
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Robert Jacobs
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#21
Thx for the comment guys now i know what to buy and what to use when!! You really do care!!
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#22
Hyabusa are very very good hooks.
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#23
I am with Roy and use the Trokar, what a hook... A hooked fish stays hooked. The problem is that with the Jigs I am using I have lost a few fish including a Fat Girl a few weeks back that would have been a COTM!
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#24
August Wrote:Hyabusa are very very good hooks.

I also like Hyabusa after Peter recommended them to me 2 years ago.

I have used the thin gauge Owner red hooks with some good success as well.
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Robert Jacobs
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#25
Damiki are semi ok.
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#26
Only Gamakatsu!!
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