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Circle Hooks

Rigging A Live Shiner On A Cirlce Hook

Circle hooks can be used when rigging live shiners and shad to catch largemouth bass. Using 3/0 Daiichi Circle Wide hooks on shiners are less likely than J hooks to double hook the live bait and circle hooks can reduce the need to replace or re-rig live baits. Thread the circle hook through the nose of the shiner. When the fish takes the bait, avoid jerking the rod to set the hook. Instead, wait for the line to come tight, and start reeling and fight the fish.
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 01/26/06

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Circle hooks are becoming increasingly popular among conservation-minded anglers fishing for billfish. Many sailfish tournaments require anglers to fish with circle hooks because the hooks with backswept points snag less soft tissue inside fish than traditional J hooks and improve a fish's chance of surviving after being released.

Contribute Last edited by Justin on 01/26/06

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