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BOZLES HOOK SLJ Series

Hooks say as much as mouths do.

Isaki Hooks

Designed with lightweight, narrow-shaft hooks and light narrow lines to dependably catch the isaki (grunts) that so frequently throw the hook.
Also get small strikes while sinking.

Medium, short

Madai Hooks

Made with a smaller barb than other same-size hooks for a tip that offers high penetrability for madai (red sea bream).
High shaft strength to accommodate even strikes of unexpectedly large size.

Medium, short

Retail price Isaki hook – medium 500 yen (not including tax)
Isaki hook – short 500 yen (not including tax)
Madai hook – medium 650 yen (not including tax)
Madai hook – short 650 yen (not including tax)

In situations where you've narrowed down the target to a particular kind fish, we recommend using Gorensha Series hooks for the particular type. (When tachiuo [largehead hairtail], sawara [Spanish mackerel], or other sharp-toothed fish are present, please use Gorensha hooks that have Zylon assist lines.) When targeting blue-skinned fish, if fish ranging from hamachi (young yellowtail) to warasa (middle-size yellowtail) or mejiro (Japanese white-eye) are the main target, use warasa hooks; if warasa through buri (adult yellowtail) class fish are the main target, use buri hooks. Double hooks distribute force, so some effort is needed to set them, but they hold well. This greater distribution of force compared to a single hook makes for correspondingly less chance of the target throwing the hook. They also offer the advantage of enabling quick setup. Give your imagination full play to come up with the best combinations matches to the characteristics and behavior of each kind of fish you want to catch.



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