Recoil Rob

Which way do Deadly Dick Tins run?

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I want to swap out the treble hooks for singles but I've never noticed how they run. They have the color strip/eye on one side of the slab, does that side face up or to the side while retrieving?  This will affect how I mount the single inline hook with a split ring.

 


thanks,

 Rob

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1 hour ago, Recoil Rob said:

I want to swap out the treble hooks for singles but I've never noticed how they run. They have the color strip/eye on one side of the slab, does that side face up or to the side while retrieving?  This will affect how I mount the single inline hook with a split ring.

 


thanks,

 Rob

I have been fishing them for a number of years and never took notice.. That is a good question...

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It doesn’t spin that much or line twist would be a major problem. Think if it as a stretched out Kastmaster ... flats tend to be up and down. Some folks take the swivel off ... concerned about hardware ... I’m not concerned.

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1 hour ago, Mike said:

You should add assist hooks to the front of it.

eggxactly Stripers usually attack there prey head first

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