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Pros Pointers "Tips
from the tournament Trail"
Walleyes INC touring pros and field editors
Share with you such topics as favorite fishing spots, favorite
techniques, rigging tips, product information, and some great pictures
taken from the tournament trail also up-to-date patterns for catching fish
at the tournament locations visited. Got a question about a boat, lure
or fishing spot E-Mail
us and we will respond the team fishes from the best, with the best, and
at the hottest spots in the quest for Monster Walleyes.
How the Circle Hook Works
Circle Hooks are becoming an angler favorite because of the high hook
up ratio and the ease of removal from the fish.
When a fish inhales a baited Circle Hook, it usually ends up down to
the gullet area. The angler then reels in some line slowly or lifts the
rod in a slow sweeping motion that makes the hook “slide” to an angle change.
(The lip or corner of the jaw.) It is this angle change that makes Circle
Demonstrate the concept to yourself.
Tie a Circle Hook to a two-foot piece of mono and lower the hook down
a paper towel tube. You’ll find that you can pull the hook right back out
when you pull the line straight out of the tube. Now pull the hook out
at a forty-five degree angle, the hook will catch the “lip” of the tube
Circle Hook Tips:
Don't set the hook! Just reel or lift the rod slowly. Circle hooks can
find "home" by themselves.
Choose the smallest size hook you can get by with for faster penetration.
Make sure the hook will fit over the lip of the fish you are angling for
while allowing room for the bait.
(Make sure your bait is not jammed between the point and the shank.)
Try the Bleeding Bait finish by Daiichi; this color triggers the natural
feeding response in fish.
Higher carbon ratings mean more strength and points that stay sharper
Circle Hooks tend to get hooked in the corner of the fish’s jaw making
Catch and Release much easier.
Remember C.P.R. Catch Photo and Release!
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