Freshwater fishing hooks have been made out of wood, animal and human bone, horn, shells, stone, bronze, and iron over the years. Today, high-carbon steel, steel alloyed with vanadium, and stainless steel are all used to make freshwater fishing hooks.
The point, barb, eye, shank, bend, and size of a hook can be used to name it. With so many different options, it can be hard to know where to start when looking for freshwater hooks. But with a little patience and study (of the fishing environment), you'll soon be able to choose the best hooks for freshwater fishing in any situation you're likely to face.
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