Circle Hooks are manufactured so that the point is turned back towards the hook shank to form a generally circular, or oval, shape. Various studies have shown that circle hooks mouth-hook a greater proportion of fish than typical “J” pattern hooks and are shown to increase the survival of angler released fish. 25 pack, black nickel finish.
Inline Circle Hooks are manufactured so that the point is turned back towards the hook shank. It forms a generally circular, or oval, shape. Various studies have shown that circle hooks mouth-hook a greater proportion of fish than typical “J” pattern hooks. This increases the survival of angler released fish
High hook and hold rate. Fish have a harder time getting off a circle hook. No hook set required, just reel in the line
- FISHING TIP: Don’t bury the hook in the bait. If you hide the hook, it is less likely to catch the corner of the fish’s mouth when you start reeling
- CONSERVATION: For conservation of marine life and for the overall effectiveness when live/cut bait fishing, Inline circle hooks increase the chance of you hooking a fish in the lips or jaw, which increases their chance of survival when you release them. The curved shape of the hook keeps the hook from catching in the gut cavity or throat.
- BE PREPARED: It's best to be prepared when you’re going on any fishing trip before you realize something important is missing when you’re ready to cast your line. Having a wide variety of terminal tackle and Inline Circle Light Hooks at your disposal will make sure you’re always ready to slay those fish.
Rite Angler Products
The finest in raw materials go into our hooks. They're strong and made with saltwater-grade, corrosion-resistant materials. Satisfaction guaranteed. Rite Angler’s circle hooks, along with all their products, are of superior quality. Handmade by fishermen for fishermen!
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethlhexyl)phthalate (DEHP). Known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.