A GOOD FROG HOOK
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A GOOD FROG HOOK

A GOOD FROG HOOK




      

A GOOD FROG HOOK


A GOOD FROG HOOK

By. A. POTTS

After losing my frog hook one day. I struck upon the following plan: Take an ordinary treble hook, such as used on all brass plugs, and cut one hook off. Next take a plain hook and slip the point through the eye of the treble hook. Now slip the single hook through the frog’s lips and the double hook up through the frog’s legs. This makes a good hook that is semi-weedless and will help to get the big ones. The hook can be used this way for small frogs, but for larger ones a piece of wire or, handier yet, a snap and swivel must be placed between the single hook and the double hook.

Katz, Harry N. Kinks A Book of 250 Helpful Hints for Hunters, Anglers and Outers. Chicago: Outers, 1917. Print.

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