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BOZLES HOOK Gorensha Series

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Madai Hooks

Madai (red seabream) are wary, and even after striking they fight with teeth and jaws that are sharp and strong enough to bite off hooks – worthy opponents that struggle with dogged running and turns – and so a Soy #20 hook from Gamakatsu that is compact yet has a shaft of high strength is used.
The excellence of their bite and hold and their strength are unrivaled. They are also effective for use with rockfish.

Sawara Hooks

Penetration and resistance to being cut are emphasized, so these combine a Gamakatsu Soy #24 hook with a carp point and twist with Zylon #40 line. These make possible removal of fully swallowed metal jigs and fast nonstop reeling.

Sea Bass Hooks

Penetration and intake are emphasized, so these use a Gamakatsu Susuki #18 hook with a straight point and twist. Sea bass take bait by sucking it in bait, and these hooks catch the fish's short bite and penetrate deeply. Along with sea bass, these are also effective with aji (horse mackerel) and saba (mackerel).

Warasa Twin Hooks

Penetration and intake are emphasized, so these use a Gamakatsu Soy #22 hook, which is narrow with high shaft strength. A sharp tip and holding strength are emphasized – once the hook pierces through, dependable hook strength even with the powerful fight the warasa puts up can lead to improved catch rates.

Long (4 cm), medium (3 cm), short (2 cm)

Warasa Single Hooks

These are single-version Gorensha-series warasa hooks available in three types: long, medium, and short. They use a Gamakatsu Soy #22 hook for its proven sharp tip and holding power, eliminating distribution of force on hooking and thereby reduce chances of the hook being thrown. Zynon #30 is used for the assist line.

Long (4 cm), medium (3 cm), short (2 cm)

Buri Twin Hooks

Penetration is emphasized, and these combine a Gamakatsu Soy #24 hook with a carp point and twist. Because these have a twisted narrow-shaft design, hooking with deep piercing is possible even with light tackle, greatly reducing the chance of the hook being thrown. In addition to buri, these hooks are also effective with warasa (middle-size yellowtail) and mejiro (Japanese white-eye).

Long (4 cm), medium (3 cm), short (2 cm)

Buri Single Hooks

These are single-version Gorensha-series buri hooks available in three types: long, medium, and short. They use a Gamakatsu Soy #22 hook, which emphasizes penetration, eliminating the shallow hooking that light tackle can be prone to, and reducing the chance of the hook being thrown. Zylon #30 is used for the assist line.

Long (4 cm), medium (3 cm), short (2 cm)

Retail price Madai hooks 761 yen (not including tax)
Sawara hooks 761 yen (not including tax)
Sea bass hooks 761 yen (not including tax)
Warasa twin hooks – long 761 yen (not including tax)
Warasa twin hooks – medium 761 yen (not including tax)
Warasa twin hooks – short 761 yen (not including tax)
Warasa single hooks – long 680 yen (not including tax)
Warasa single hooks – medium 680 yen (not including tax)
Warasa single hooks – short 680 yen (not including tax)
Buri twin hooks – long 761 yen (not including tax)
Buri twin hooks – medium 761 yen (not including tax)
Buri twin hooks – short 761 yen (not including tax)
Buri single hooks – long 680 yen (not including tax)
Buri single hooks – medium 680 yen (not including tax)
Buri single hooks – short 680 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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