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opsirc

Does any one change out the trebles that come standard on spoons and stickbaits for larger or smaller one. If so what do you use and does color play a part in it.

Has anyone thought of a get together like the one Joel did at his place a couple of years back.

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J_D

I have changed trebles on cranks, usually opting for a red treble about the same size. Usually for walleye fishing though, have not tried it on the big lake.

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Tom Linderholm

Opsirc, Normally we will change out our spoon trebles to longer singles. This year I changed a good number of my rear trebles on my stickbaits to VMC sureset hooks. Some in Red some in Nickel. I will let you know how they fair after a few times in the water.

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Northlander

Lots of walleye pros are going to red trebles on the front. Mostly for shallow water applications but also on clear lakes like Lake Superior and Erie. Hoping to increase hookups by getting fish to target the front of the baits.

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AkDan

I do this quite often if the hardware of choice comes with cheap "soft" metal hooks. I believe they dull much easier and quicker then a harder hook.

If the hooks are good the first thing I USUALLY do is sharpen each hook with a file. If I don't the fish will remind me if not immedatily sometime extremely soon. Have missed quite a few fish this winter due to dull hooks and "short" biting fish.

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