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Top Fishing Hook Brands – Strongest and Sharpest

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The fishing hook is one of the most important parts of your whole fishing set-up. It’s the part that connects you to the fish. You cannot have your fishing hook fail. If it does, you will FAIL to land the fish. I can’t tell you how many times I have lost fish due to my fishing hook being of low quality. I hook the lunker fish of my life, but then it comes off like nothing was ever there. I reel in my line to find the hook almost completely straightened or broken. I learned the hard way: “You get what you pay for.” High quality fishing hooks can make the difference between fishing and catching. (Catching is preferred over fishing, of course.)

In my opinion, Daiichi fishing hooks are the best you can buy. They are super strong and sharp right out of the package.

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Gamakatsu hooks where the only hooks I would use before I knew about Daiichi. They are high quality fishing hooks.

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VMC hooks have been getting alot of praise recently. This is definitely one of those brands to try out.

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Owner fishing hooks are also gaining popularity among fishermen/women. You can trust these hooks with the lunker fish of your life.

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Mustad hooks are great, but I would go with Daiichi or Gamakatsu if I knew I had a chance at a monster fish.

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Eagle Claw hooks wouldn’t have made it onto this list if it wasn’t for their recent improvement. I would use them for small trout and panfish only, though.

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