It’s one thing to go over all of the details of a product and what it can do, but an even better way to showcase the effectiveness of fishing products is with actual fish catches. Trapper Tackle steadily posts success stories from anglers all over the world, and the story remains the same: their hooks catch fish, and they have the pics to prove it.
Here are 10 recent examples of users catching nice fish with Trapper Tackle hooks.
Derek Hudnall – Trapper Trebles
Hudnall is a professional angler on the Bassmaster Elite Series trail and relies on his angling skills to make a living. He swaps out his standard trebles on jerkbaits and other reaction baits with Trapper Trebles. He posted this pic with and added #sticky to his post. They are super sharp and pin the fish with the “Trapper box” that their hooks are known for.
Nikki – Dropshot—Live Bait—Finesse Hook
Trapper Tackle hooks don’t discriminate and will hook any fish that swims. Nikki caught a mess of panfish using a small #2 Finesse Hook to land all these tasty fish. These hooks will hold live bait more secure than a standard hook, and this is important with bait-stealing fish like bluegill, perch, crappie, and other small fish.
@elevatedangler_ - Big Worming
Summer is a great time to throw a big worm on a Texas-Rig with the Trapper Tackle Offset Wide Gap Hook. That’s how this nice one was fooled. “Trapper Tackle kept the bass pinned,” he said.
Robert Dow – 2/0 Dropshot Hook
Robert from California put the wacky-rig to work and had a great day using the 2/0 Dropshot Hook. His biggest of the day was seven-pounds even. These hooks work for more than just drop-shot fishing and excel for wacky-rigs and even live bait fishing. They come in several sizes and both 6 and 25-packs. Size included are #4, #2, #1, 1/O, and 2/O.
Matt Dillon – Offset Wide Gap Hook - Standard Gauge
This standard worm hook is what started it all for Trapper. They work great for Texas-rigged soft plastics, and Matt Dillon showed that they work well here. They are made in all of the popular sizes to match different plastics and are available in sizes from 1/O up to 5/O.
@east_coast_bass_fishing – Big Texas Rig
This fish was hooked with a Trapper Tackle Offset Wide Gap Hook and Zoom Ol’ Monster worm. “Trapper Tackle got it done in the summer heat,” he said. The patented Trapper Box design helps to lock soft-plastics in place when fishing a Texas-rig, and that means more time fishing and less time re-rigging your baits.
Andrew Torino – Lake Okeechobee Big Bass
Torino reported that he had a great day on the “Big O” during a bass tournament. Trapper made it possible and he caught this big one. He didn’t report which Trapper Tackle hook he used, but the award-winning design of all of their hooks ensure that bass get to the boat.
Aaron Navarro Fishing – Peacock Bass on Trapper Tackle
South Florida anglers have the chance to chase peacock bass like this one. Aaron hooked this solid fish with a Trapper Tackle hook. This species of bass are known for their hard-fighting abilities and firm mouth, but the Trapper Tackle hooks have the sharpness to hook them and strength to get them in.
Jen - Offset Wide Gap Hook and Zoom Lizard
This nice bass was caught with a 4/0 Trapper Tackle Offset Wide Gap Hook with a Zoom Lizard fished around the grass.
The Offset Wide Gap Hook also comes in an X-Heavy gauge that makes it ideal for techniques that require heavier line or braided line. The X-Heavy is an excellent choice for flipping, punching, and Texas-rigging big soft plastics.
Greg – 6XD and Trapper Tackle Short Shank Trebles
In addition to the standard Trapper Trebles, they offer a short shank treble. This allows anglers to go up a size in hooks and not worry about the trebles tangling together. Greg has found success with deep-diving crankbaits like the Strike King 6XD for those deep summertime bass.
The Trapper Tackle Short Shank Trebles come in four sizes: #4, #2, #1, and 1/O. They were also designed with a wider box than usual, which increases hookups while at the same time, reducing snags.
Trapper Tackle has hooks for just about any lure you plan to fish and for whatever you want to target. Besides only hooks, they are now collaborating with lure brands baits ready to go right out of the package with Trapper Tackle hooks.