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Anybody have a source? Google was zero help. Maybe they're called something else?

 

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I thought they just used a swivel with the top half embedded into the lure :dontknow:

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5 hours ago, BassNJake said:

I thought they just used a swivel with the top half embedded into the lure :dontknow:

Maybe some do. I have seen some saltwater swimbaits where the swivel part was embedded in lead. I assume that was made that way to provide ballast also. I just like the idea for swimbaits and am looking for options. Thanks for the response!

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They made treble hooks that rotated but I have not seen hook hangers that did.

 

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Sounds tricky to secure in a wood bait...maybe put the swivel on the end of a cotter pin and countersink the swivel. 

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On 2/13/2019 at 2:13 PM, 1201vilbig said:

Anybody have a source? Google was zero help. Maybe they're called something else?

 

Thanks!

BASTAR  rotating treble hooks? At TW

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1 hour ago, KDW96 said:

BASTAR  rotating treble hooks? At TW

I like the idea but the hooks are not for me. I use Owner, Gammy or Hayabusa from a lot of big bait experience. I am actually looking for a hanger that rotates. 

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Ya,it was all i could come up with : ). Now i have had very good results by eliminating the split ring altogether. Buy using heavy braid tied hook in lieu of split ring. multipul wraps on the bait,and hook along with good knots. Ive caught many fish up to 6.5pd this way,and never had an issue,yet. The hook will rotate,and free swinging.

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