Legal vs Illegal Circle Hooks: What You Really Need To Know
What makes a circle hook a “circle hook”?
And what makes it legal?
What’s the difference between an inline vs. an offset circle hook?
Since some areas require the use of circle hooks while fishing for different species, knowing these answers could mean the difference between coming with dinner or coming home with a fine.
To make sure you’re following the law, check up on your local regulations and then watch this video to see what makes a circle hook a circle hook and the difference between inline vs. offset circle hooks.
Legal Circle Hooks [VIDEO]
So there you have it!
The difference between inline and offset circle hooks.
Inline circle hooks increase the chance of you hooking a fish in the lips or jaw, which increases their chance of survival when you release them.
Have any questions about circle hooks?
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