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Eagle Claw rotating worm hook

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Has anyone seen or fished with these things? I couldn't find a good picture but it looks like a standard offset hook with a bend in the middle. I really couldn't figue out what or how you would use them.

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yea sorta....the middle bend was the same but it was an offset type hook. here's a link but you can't make out the middle bend.

http://www.fishingtackleunlimited.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=FTU&Product_Code=EC-L045G&Category_Code=

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It's basically the same thing. The Tru Turns work great other than the fact you can watch them rust before your eyes. They are some fish stickin' hooks though... Maybe the Eagles are made better. What do you have to lose ?

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Back in the days when dinosaurs ruleed the earth when I began fishing hooks like the Tru Turn and those were HOT, obviously I purchased them, like said, don 't know if there has been an improvement there but those were as dull as my finger right out of the box, Tru Turns ---> the same, besides they rusted in eyeblink and worse, since you had to hone them they rusted at the point; also in my experience, a great number of fish were hooked in the base of the eye socket through inside the mouth. So that and other situations ware the reasons why I discontinued the use of rotating hooks.

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Back in the days when dinosaurs ruleed the earth when I began fishing hooks like the Tru Turn and those were HOT, obviously I purchased them, like said, don 't know if there has been an improvement there but those were as dull as my finger right out of the box, Tru Turns ---> the same, besides they rusted in eyeblink and worse, since you had to hone them they rusted at the point; also in my experience, a great number of fish were hooked in the base of the eye socket through inside the mouth. So that and other situations ware the reasons why I discontinued the use of rotating hooks.

Hate to see one get hooked in the eye. I don't even like to think about losing an eye, can't imagine how hard it would be for a fish.

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