Fishing Hook Description:
Good quality makes this Double
Fishing Hook harder to break. Good skills make this Double Fishing Hook a
best tool to catch fishes. For light line use, it is self-setting and
the perfect hook for windy conditions. These Fish Hooks are also
available for turbulent water where it is difficult to keep a tight
line. Let's go and get some big fish!
Take your fishing rod,
folding chair and hunt out with this unique fishing hook. With these
Fishing Hooks, you will surely get bigger and more fishes when you are
in fishing games.If you are looking for a kind of fishing hook, which
can bring you more opportunities to get more fish, I am sure this
fishing hook is the best choice.
Features: 1. With this Double Fishing Hook, you will surely get bigger and more fishes when you are in fishing games. 2. Fishing is also a good way to bring you closer with your friends as well as family members. 3. Good quality Double Fishing Hook is the best choice for different kind of fishes. 4. For light line use, this Double Fishing Hook is self-setting and the perfect hook for windy conditions. 5. These Fish Hooks are also available for turbulent water where it is difficult to keep a tight line. 6. Material: Steel. 7. Size: 17 x 14mm/0.6 x 0.5in(L x W).
Double Fishing Hook Outdoor Equipment
How to Tie a Hook and Lure onto Fishing Line Step One: Thread
the line through the top of your hook eye, lure eye or snap swivel.
Pull about 12 inches of line back toward the rod, pinching the line
lightly with your left thumb and forefinger.
Step Two: Wrap
the end of the line into a clockwise loop around the last three fingers
of your left hand and pinch the line loop tightly with your left thumb
and forefinger. Hold the right side of the loop open with your right
Step Three: Guide
the loose end of line under the top of the loop with your left middle
finger, then use your right thumb and forefinger to pull the line
through and over the top of the two strands of line. Continue to loop
the loose end of the line over the top two lines for five or six wraps.
Step Four: Release
the loop from your left thumb and forefinger and pull the line to the
right with your right hand to tighten the knot on the upper line.
Step Five: Drop
the free end of line and pull the main line toward the right to tighten
the knot down to the eye. Clip the excess line close to the knot, which
should have a neat conical shape