Eagle Claw Spinnerbait Trailer

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Eagle Claw Spinnerbait Trailer -
Catch those short strikers with the addition of a razor-sharp trailer hook to your spinnerbait. The oversized eye fits over the barb of the main hook. Surgical tubing holds it in place. Nickel-plated red finish. Per 6.
Sizes: 1/0, 2/0, 3/0, 4/0.
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Eagle Claw Spinnerbait Trailer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good value

I'm new to the concept of using a trailer hook. I would agree that the provided rubber band type tubing doesn't exactly keep the hook in place. Lost the first one in the weeds almost immediately. As an alternative, I cut a short piece of aquarium tubing, then cut that in half, put the trailer hook on and pierced the aquarium tubing with the hook on the jig I was using. It's semi-permanent that way and kept the trailer hook in place nicely.
mlstyles at Cabelas on 02/07/2012

Red Hooks

These hooks, the larger ones, are great for replacement of treble hooks for salmon fishing. The only problem I see with the hooks is that they lose their red color (back to gold) after several fish. Once a big salmon gets hooked with these hooks, they rarely get off.
DiscoPrince at Cabelas on 07/19/2010

exc trailer hooks

lite and sharpe
ming27 at Cabelas on 08/02/2010

Neutral Reviews:

Does the job but not a total solution

The trailer hooks are fine, but the rubber band material is next to worthless. It dry-rots the same season. I clip a few small pieces of tubing to use as a retainer and never use the rubber band pieces - you can use many other substitutes - don't rely on the rubber band.
swill at Cabelas on 01/06/2011