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Owner ST-41 Stinger Treble Hooks

8 Reviews
$6.99 to $7.99
SKU: F11710
$6.99 to $7.99

Details

Owner ST-41 Stinger Treble Hooks are 2X strong with a short shank and a corrosion-resistant black chrome finish. These trebles are the ideal replacement hooks for improving the hooking power of heavy freshwater and most varieties of saltwater plugs, spoons and die-cast jigs. The Owner ST-41's are lethal when used as a stinger for rigging natural baits. Owner ST-41 Stinger Treble Hooks are more balanced than standard treble hooks due to their unique engineering. This allows them to hang straight so your lures run straighter and truer.

  • 2X strong
  • Cutting points
  • Short shank
  • Round bend
  • Black chrome finish
  • Size: 6, 4 - Qty. per pack: 8
  • Size: 2 - Qty. per pack: 7
  • Size: 1, 1/0, 2/0 - Qty. per pack: 6

Ratings & Reviews

8 reviews

Owner ST-41 Trebles A+!

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Strong and sticky sharp!

FINE HOOKS

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Excellent replacement for any senerio!!

Great For Trolling Flies but..

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I used to really like this hook. Then July hit and the salmon started breaking them or bending these things with ease. We lost a lot of big fish b/c of these. Earlier in the year hookups seemed good. Might be because their jaws hardened as summer went on....

Razor sharp

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Best hooks period try em you will be glad you did!!!

super sharp trebles

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We use these on lake ontario for salmon to tie up fly rigs they work great and are sharp

Great hook

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I use these for all my trolling flies. Sticky sharp and never bend. The best hook I have found

Best treble we have ever used!

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These are the best treble hooks we have ever used. We jumped up to these from the standard Owner ST-36 and these are amazing sharper and stronger. We were bending the standard ST-36 on Chinook here on the Columbia haven't bent one of these yet and landed 20+ fish on them including a 32lber

4/5 Bent on Big Salmon

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Nearly every fish hooked this season bent the hook beyond use (salmon). Might be great for bass, sticky sharp. Salmon destroy them though.