TroKar Pro-V Worm Hook. I also pulled the rest of the hooks from the package and found that they were all like this too. "Go big or go home" is what Elite Series pro, Skeet Reese, told Lazer Trokar when requesting a bigger, meatier and nastier flippin hook. So I grabbed my hook file and sharpened it every so slightly. A hook!! Forget everything you know about hooks. Not perfect, but acceptable. TroKar hooks are the fist surgically sharpened hooks in the world. The new design though with the upgraded bait keeper and stronger hook is flawless. Feat... View full details Save 15 % Lazer TroKar Swimbait Jig Head 3 pack Lazer TroKar Retail: $ 6.99 Our Price: $ 5.94 The Lazer TroKar Swimbait Jig Head has a conical head shape that compliments a wide variety of soft plastics. Lazer Trokar Wacky Worm Weedless Wide Gap Hook. 181 Suburban Road
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Sat - Sun 10:00am - 3:00pm PT. My Kumho Reaper Keeper Tube Hooks rust almost as much, but not quite... Will go another route next time. Retail is closed on all major U.S. holidays. When I checked the Lazer Trokar Flippin Hook, it was only slightly sharp. Trokar TK150 Drop Shot Hooks by Eagle Claw. The Trokar Flippin' Hook has an extra wide gap, barbed straight shank and a Trokar barb on shank. Proven in tests to penetrate with half the pressure required for other leading hooks, the Lazer Trokar Flippin' Hooks benefit from Trokar's Surgically Sharpened Technology (SST). Rhet easily penetrate into the moth of the fish.I'm replacing all of my hooks with trokar hooks. I have caught 50-60 fish in a day on one hook and it still sharp as can be. Eagle Claw Lazer Trokar Tk135 Monster Flippin Hook Black Chrome Size 4/0. So I put them in my boat. Tackle Test is reader-supported. These bad boys are bad to the bone literally. Comments: These hooks are phenomenal! I fish on 40-60 pound braid depending on the cover and have never bent, broke, or lost a hook. The Lazer TroKar TK135 Monster Flippin' Hook is a flippin' hook designed to handle heavy braid, heavy drags, and heavy flipping sticks. For some reason there is a shop here that still sells the old design flippin hook and I refuse to buy them from him even though he's a local to my neighborhood. After wasting 10 minutes on that hook, I finally gave up and grabbed a new hook. i counted 72 hooks in my hook box today with probably another 250 spares in the basement, you can't afford to start buying hooks that cost more than a dollar apiece. Even on a bad hookset it still hooks the fish, the only downfall is the hook is so sharp it tears plastics. Let me preface this by saying that the hooks I was using on the day that I won the tourney were not at all meant for the kind of punishment that I was subjecting them to. checked the rest of the 5/0 and 4/0 I had purchased and all were lose and would move. Don't get me wrong they are the sharpest hook out there but there is a price to pay for that and that is a very thin point. But they were all that I had in the boat at the time, so they had to be put to use. I don't know maybe I'm wrong. eBay. They were a complete waste of my time and money. Our engineers designed a new definition of sharpness, a hook with a geometric triangular point to penetrate faster and easier. With the new version I've hooked probably 60-70 fish and havent lost a single one, every one of them got in the boat, and the angle these penetrate in the roof of the fishes mouth my needle nose pliers have had to be used to remove the hook every time. But no matter how I tried to sharpen that hook point, it just wouldn’t get sharp. The more money fisherman will pay for basic things like hooks, the more money manufacturers will charge for them. I could tell from looking at this hook that I was probably never going to be able to get it sharp enough to satisfy me. I have lost several fish punching on this hook and had several fish come unhooked the intant they hit the deck swinging them in the boat due to the large hole the hook made.