The Gamakatsu Super Heavy Cover Flipping Hook is an extra-heavy wire straight shank flipping hook that is designed to be used for the flipping, pitching, and punching techniques. The Super Heavy Cover Hook is the perfect hook for the heavy cover flipping situations that typically incorporate braided line. The hook features a small wire keeper that is easy to manipulate to fit any type of plastic bait. Flipping is hand to hand combat and its best to use stout tackle. When flipping heavy cover anglers should consider using a heavy flipping stick with braided line, a big tungsten weight and at the end of the line the Gamakatsu Super Heavy Cover Flipping Hook. When using this hook we suggest tying the snell knot for best results. We offer the hook is three sizes: 3/0, 4/0, and 5/0 each come four per pack.Finesse, Original or Super Heavy Cover Flipping Hook
The differences between the three hooks may at first seem insignificant, but if you want to optimize your tackle performance then it would be a mistake to disregard their intended uses.
- Finesse Heavy Cover: This hook performs best with lighter fluorocarbon line that is preferred by some anglers who need a stealth approach. Fluorocarbon line from 8-15lb test is most suitable. Baits used with this hook may include finesse worms, beaver baits and cricket punching baits.
- Heavy Cover: This hook is able to handle a variety of line sizes from heavy fluorocarbon and monofilament to braided line. The original size is a heavy wire design that can handle strong hooksets and fairly bulky plastics.
- Super Heavy Cover: The Super Heavy Cover version is the best of the family. This hook is best for the heavy braided lines when flipping thick cover with big weights. Heavy braided line can bend out regular wire flipping hooks, therefore its best to use a heavy to extra-heavy wire flipping hook with the super lines.
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