Owner Hooks Stinger ST-35 Short Shank Treble Hooks

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  • Owner Stinger ST-35 Short Shank Treble Hooks
  • Sizes (4): 6, 4, 2, 1
  • Quantity varies please see description
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Model: ST-35

The Owner Hooks Stinger-35 Treble Hooks are similar to the ST-36 series but with a short shank and wider gaps as well as displaying a silky gray finish. Owner designed the ST-35 Short Shank Treble Hooks to provide anglers more control over the size of hook they wish to use with their lures. Larger gapped trebles hooks have a tendency if fouling on each other and by nature of the design, short shanks flex less. Owners' ST-35 treble also features 150° PPP (Premium Point Position) that splits 2 hook points out 150° vs. the typical 120° between all 3 points. Opening this gap allows the hook points to be positioned slightly farther out from the hardbait body, making for hookups that otherwise might not happen. Opening the gap to 150° also allows hooks to do less damage to baits and keep point sharper over time. The best way to explain it, is to see it, but in order to provide an accurate description, the hook basically has one gap between that points that is 150 degrees allowing it to sit nearly flat against your hardbait. This is actually a really neat design feature that allows all three hook points to be useful.

Another neat feature of the Owner ST-35 Short Shank Treble Hook is the Silky Gray frictionless finish that encourages superior hook penetration through gill plates and the toughest parts of the mouth. Other features include round bends, and Super Needle Points. When rigging baits always rig the front treble with the point in line with the eye, facing forward, and the rear in line point facing rear.

We offer the Owner Hooks Stinger ST-35 Short Shank Treble Hooks in four sizes: 6, 4, 2 and 1. Quantity varies.

  • Size 6: 8pk
  • Size 4: 7pk
  • Size 2: 6pk
  • Size 1: 5pk

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov