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Gamakatsu Hooks A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp Price from 3.07 € View products

The FINE CARP is an ideal hook when using life bait for carp such as maggots and worms. The wire in combination with the special shape of this specimen hook is strong enough to hook and to hold big fish. Off-set hooks offer a faster hook setting and a more secure penetration.
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Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #6
Gamakatsu

Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #6

Code: 185077-006


Quantity: 15 pcs.
Size: 6
Type of hook: barbed

3.07 €
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Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #8
Gamakatsu

Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #8

Code: 185077-008


Quantity: 15 pcs.
Size: 8
Type of hook: barbed

3.07 €
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Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #10
Gamakatsu

Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #10

Code: 185077-010


Quantity: 15 pcs.
Size: 10
Type of hook: barbed

3.07 €
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Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #12
Gamakatsu

Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #12

Code: 185077-012


Quantity: 15 pcs.
Size: 12
Type of hook: barbed

3.07 €
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Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #14
Gamakatsu

Hooks Gamakatsu A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp | NS Black | #14

Code: 185077-014


Quantity: 15 pcs.
Size: 14
Type of hook: barbed

3.07 €
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Hooks A1 Team Feeder Fine Carp

The FINE CARP is an ideal hook when using life bait for carp such as maggots and worms. The wire in combination with the special shape of this specimen hook is strong enough to hook and to hold big fish. Off-set hooks offer a faster hook setting and a more secure penetration.
Gamakatsu
Gamakatsu
Gamakatsu® started producing fish hooks in 1955. At that time, they were the smallest hook manufacturer in Japan and all of their hooks were made by hand. In 1963 they introduced a new automated heating facility which catapulted them to the forefront of the Japanese market. In 1974, they introduced fully automated hook making machines and found it necessary to build a second factory in order to meet the demand they had created. - See more at: http://www.gamakatsu.com/about.html#sthash.c32MnteN.dpuf

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