The hook mouth refers to the section below the hook tip […]
The hook mouth refers to the section below the hook tip to below the barb.
The orientation of the hook tip, some are inward, and most are on the same axis as the hook mouth. The hook with the inside of the hook tip is represented by Iseni. If the hook tip is pulled inside, it is not easy for the fish to escape, but it will increase the difficulty of getting on the fish.
The orientation of the hook mouth is inward, outward, and left and right. There are very few hooks with completely parallel hook mouth and hook handle, and its performance is between the above three, with a wide range of suitable fishing, but all performances are not outstanding.
For a hook with an inwardly inclined mouth, it is more difficult for the fish to be hooked, and it is not easy to unhook after being hooked, and the part where the fish is hung is relatively outward. Most of the hooks of this kind of hooks have short mouths, and the forward bending angle is designed to be small to facilitate the fish to swallow. If the hook door is narrow, this type of hook is especially suitable for catching small fish with high vigilance, such as white fox hook. If the hook door is wider, the part where the fish is hung will be deeper inside, which is suitable for catching larger fish, such as the haijin hook.
The hook mouth of the crooked mouth hook is inclined to the left or right, and is not on the same plane as the hook handle and the hook bottom. This feature makes it easy for the hook to catch the fish, and also avoids the dead angle of the non-crooked hook. The length of the hook of the crooked mouth is different, and the mouth of the hook will also have different characteristics: the hook is short, and it is easier to be swallowed by the fish. This type of hook is represented by Maru Shi, and it is especially suitable for the live-bulge and stretched tip fishing method in the water with the fishing rod; The longer hook mouth increases the difficulty of feeding, but at the same time reduces the possibility of decoupling. This type of hook is suitable for catching big fish, and it is hard to hang and not easy to run fish, such as a thousand-shaped hook.
Hooks with outward hooks also have the advantage of being easy to hang fish and not easy to slip out of the mouth, but the part of the fish is deep and inward, and the fish will die faster after being hooked. The hook shape is represented by Akita sleeves, as well as the domestically produced pickaxe and Ashi-shaped in the past.