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Mustad 91715-DT 90 degree Duratin Jig Hooks - Size 7/0

SKU: 91715D-70
Stock: 2
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Strong Mustad size 7/0 O'Shaughnessy 90 Degree jig hooks with a Duratin make these a perfect choice for saltwater fishing. These jig hooks will fit any Do-It mold calling for a 90 degree saltwater hooks or heavy wire hook.

Lawrence on 12/03/2016 08:06am
I use these hooks in a mold for 1.5 , 2.0 , 2.5 ounce jig heads that i make at
home. I use them mainly for stripers in the chesepeake bay. In maryland we call
striped bass, stripers or rock fish .
Kem on 08/22/2016 03:40am
I am very happy with Jaggeded Tooth Tackle, and i am happy to share with
you what i am up too. I live in the Northern Territories capital city
Darwin, which is a fishing hotspot in Australia. A back injury to my t8
vertebrae has stopped me from working. I retrained myself at Charles Darwin
University over 7 years in envronmental studies, conservation & land
management then bachelor of environmental science. but found it hard to
gain work due to being single father of two children. but now kid's are
older & my direction has changed to trying to establish a business making
high quality lead fishing sinkers and jigheads for reef & wreck fishing.
Now i sell many sinkers but would like to sell more, but my main idea is to
sell jigheads from 1-2-3-4oz. i call these Reefheads see the attachment
which is my Custom mix Coloured glow lumo 3 & 4oz Reefheads. these are what
i order the 6/0-7/0-8/0 Mustad jighook for. Now my business is not yet a
proper one just yet is still in hobby stage because i am still developing
my range but have to sell some sinkers to found my Reefheads which have
been developed & tested over the last 8 months. my lead smelting is some
what environmental friendly with a custom fume cabinet that is filtered
through saltwater. i have been on & off making sinkers for over 25 years
so i only make quality pattern/designed sinkers & jigheads.
Bill on 06/05/2014 09:09am
i bought the hooks to make jigs for flounder fishing they where a
good deal nice to do bussniss with you i will be back thanks again
Ben on 03/11/2013 07:06pm
I'll be using those hooks in a mold to make flathead jigs which I will powder paint
and then tie bucktail hair on to make "bucktail jigs". We use them for flounder
fishing in southeast virginia.

Claude on 02/11/2013 07:11pm
Take the hooks and put a 1 oz bullet head on the hook. We also make our jigs. In
this case we use a 4 1/2 inch long with a 1/2 inch diameter. We fish for Lake Trout
on the bottom by jigging when we see them on the fish finder. Right now we are
fishing 98 feet of water through the ice on Flaming Gorge, (utah,wyoming border).
We also make a 7 inch by 3/4 inch diameter and make the trout chase them up.
Don on 11/17/2012 06:56pm
I make jigs, they work good for rock fish out here, swim
baits, scampis and the gulp grubs work great also, these are for 2-3 oz jig heads, I
like gamakatsu hooks but they don't fit into the do-it molds.
Joe on 12/27/2011 03:47am
I use 91715D Size 7/0 jig hooks with my 1 and 1 1/2 oz Do-It Style 9 Shad jig mold. The 7/0's fit both sizes and heavy enough for anything that hits them in the saltwater!

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