As a wild fishing enthusiast, I have also compared several commonly used
What are the commonly used hooks on the market? Usually, when I pass by and see someone fishing by the river, I will ask him how many fish he has caught, what hook and bait he used. Most of the fishermen choose , and some fishermen choose , , and so on. Today, I will mainly introduce the characteristics of these three fish hooks. After some information, I found on the Internet and some experience from my self-fishing experience, I will write this article that may seem more serious and “professional”.
1. Perch hooks
Perch hooks, which have a relatively small hook type, are specially designed for fishing small fish in natural waters. For example, wild fishing crucian , white strips, and small beak are very suitable. The hook door of perch hooks is narrow, the hook strip is thin and a little flexible, the hook is light in weight, and the hook handle is long. The advantages of fishing with perch hooks are: it is easy to be sucked into the mouth by the fish, the fish rate is relatively high, and the barbless design is easy to take the hook. The disadvantages are: novices can easily get off the hook and run off the fish if they don’t operate properly, and they may straighten the hook when they encounter a slightly larger fish.
2. whiting hooks
The characteristics of whiting hooks are: the hook door is narrow, the hook strip is neither thick nor thin, the crooked mouth design is sharper, the hook handle is shorter, the weight of the hook is not too heavy, and the barbed hook is not easy to run away. Whiting hooks are a kind of hooks that are very suitable for wild fishing. Compared with perch hooks, whiting hooks have more impact resistance. If you really want to take both large and small wild fishing into consideration, whiting hooks are definitely the best choice. The hook strips of whiting hooks are also thinner, a bit thicker than perch hooks, even if you encounter two or three catties of carp while fishing in the wild.
3. Kahle hooks
The Kahle hooks have thin hooks, wide hook doors, short hook handles, and are lightweight, making them very suitable for wild fishing. Compared with perch hooks, the advantage of Kahle hooks is that it is more stable. I usually use Kahle hooks for wild fishing. I always use Kahle hooks. I always feel that it is easy to get off the hook and run fish with Kahle hooks. A better solution to this problem.
Summary and supplement: Choose the hook according to your own preferences and actual fish conditions, so that you can choose the most suitable hook. The introduction of the above three kinds of hooks may be useful to some fishermen. In short, how to choose a hook depends on the actual situation.