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Thread: Treble hook frustrations

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2012

    Default Treble hook frustrations

    We all deal with treble hooks either freshwater or saltwater . And they are a hassle when they are stuck together in our boxes .

    Here’s a small DIY tip I found to reduce frustrations of stuck hooks . And maximizing the space in your tackle boxes

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    Last edited by BassMoore; 02-12-2018 at 03:15 PM.
    Zach Moore
    Delaware Paddle Sports Fishing Team
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2016
    Finksburg, MD


    Pretty neat. Thanks.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    St Mary's County


    Cool idea - you could also swap out all those trebles for single in-line hooks and make you tackle box life easier, as well as much easier to remove from a fish. I was a skeptic but Ron swapped out hooks for me on a favorite crank bait and my catch rate stayed the same.
    Pro Angler 14 "The Grand Wazoo"

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 2017
    Clarksburg, MD


    Looks like a great idea for over winter storage or at home storage. I'm thinking a large collection where you just pick and choose which lures you want for that particular day on the water. I tried the plastic treble covers before and they were just too bulky to keep using. I still have a ton of them in different size if anyone wants them.

    On the water I have a feeling I'd spend just as much time messing with rubber bands as I would untangling lures. Before I started using pieces of pool noodle to hold my lures on the water, I would just chuck everything into a large Chinese carry-out soup container to hold any lures I swapped out. I wasn't worried about the mess then as I'm normally swapping them out because they weren't producing so no need to have them ready to go.
    "Fish on a Dish" - 2017 Jackson Big Tuna


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