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Gamakatsu Hooks Single 31

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Apart from a straight Big-eye ring, this long shank baitholder beak hook also features a slightly in-turned needle point for extra protection while bottom jigging. The barbs on the shank are purpose-designed to hold smaller soft bait in place better. The hook is available in 5 sizes and comes in a black nickiel finish.
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Hooks Gamakatsu Single 31- #4

Code: 185098-004


Color: Black Nickel
Quantity: 6 pcs.
Size: 4
Type of hook: barbed

£ 2.69
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Hooks Gamakatsu Single 31- #6

Code: 185098-006


Color: Black Nickel
Quantity: 7 pcs.
Size: 6
Type of hook: barbed

£ 2.59
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Hooks Gamakatsu Single 31- #8

Code: 185098-008


Color: Black Nickel
Quantity: 8 pcs.
Size: 8
Type of hook: barbed

£ 2.59
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Hooks Gamakatsu Single 31- #10

Code: 185098-010


Color: Black Nickel
Quantity: 9 pcs.
Size: 10
Type of hook: barbed

£ 2.59
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Hooks Gamakatsu Single 31- #12

Code: 185098-012


Color: Black Nickel
Quantity: 9 pcs.
Size: 12
Type of hook: barbed

£ 2.59
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Hooks Single 31

Apart from a straight Big-eye ring, this long shank baitholder beak hook also features a slightly in-turned needle point for extra protection while bottom jigging. The barbs on the shank are purpose-designed to hold smaller soft bait in place better.
The hook is available in 5 sizes and comes in a black nickiel finish.

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Gamakatsu
Gamakatsu® started producing fish hooks in 1955. At that time, they were the smallest hook manufacturer in Japan and all of their hooks were made by hand. In 1963 they introduced a new automated heating facility which catapulted them to the forefront of the Japanese market. In 1974, they introduced fully automated hook making machines and found it necessary to build a second factory in order to meet the demand they had created. - See more at: http://www.gamakatsu.com/about.html#sthash.c32MnteN.dpuf
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