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Best Fishing Hooks - A List Of Best Quality Fishing Hooks

A List Best Quality Fishing HooksThere are too many fishing hook brands in the market and a lot of different producers in the world. Especially since 2000's, by the development of technology and computer systems, like all other fishing gears, quality of the hooks have changed, too and today we have really amazing designs and it is easy to find them almost in every shop at the corner or online store.

But some companies developed their engineering and invested more for the quality of materials they use. So most of both professional and amateur fishermen today prefer to pick hooks of only a couple of these big brands. Not only anglers, also biggest lure companies use the most expensive ones, too.

Here are the most preferred fishing hooks in the world.


PARTRIDGE OF REDDITCH
Origin: England
Types: Mainly for flyfishing. Saltwater and Freshwater flyfishing.
Website: http://www.partridge-of-redditch.co.uk/


WMC
Origin: France
Types: Hooks for lures, special fishing baits, treble hooks.
Website: http://www.vmchooks.com/

M-art Kovo
Origin: Czech Republic
Types: Carbon steel hooks. Coarse fishing hooks, flyfishing, carp, double and treble hooks.
Website: http://www.m-artkovo.cz/

MUSTAD
Origin: Norway
Types: All types of hooks for saltwater, game fishing, jigging, freshwater, sport and classic.
Website: http://www.mustad.no/

DAIICHI
Origin: United States
Types: Bait hooks, sharpest bulk hooks, mainly freshwater.
Website: http://www.ttiblakemore.com/

TMC
Origin: Japan
Types: Fly-fishing.
Website: http://www.tiemco.co.jp/

OWNER
Origin: Japan
Types: Bass hooks, Saltwater, lures, jigging, spinning, treble hooks, freshwater.
Website: http://www.ownerhooks.com/


GAMAGATSU
Origin: Japan
Types: Sport fishing, deep sea fishing, saltwer, freshwater and all kind of designs for professionals and new beginners.
Website: http://www.gamakatsu.com/

EAGLE CLAW
Origin: United States
Types: All type of hooks. Double treble, snelled, jigs, rigs.
Website: http://www.eagleclaw.com/

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