We are happy to announce RB Bass tournament angler Ryan Hall has partnered with Gamakatsu. Ryan has been an advocate of Gamakatsu hooks for years now and is thrilled to finally able to work with Gamakatsu USA.
“I remember the first time I used Gamakatsu hooks. I look back on my early days fishing the Delta with my dad and grabbing a 3/0 round bend offset worm hook in the old thick plastic/rubber bags with the blue label. All I knew how to fish at the young age was a Texas rigged brush hog so this was about the only hook I ever used” said Ryan. “Gamakatsu has always had great hooks but they seem to continue to improve their products. The new G-Finesse line is the real deal. They are thinner, sharper, and stronger than ever before.”
Ryan’s favorite Gamakatsu products:
Super Heavy Cover Punch Hook: This hook is razor sharp, and extremely strong. This hooks penetrates easy and keeps them hooked. Check out the video Ryan Just did on this hook. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1evz4RtgoZI)
G-Finesse Treble Hooks: The new G-Finesse Hooks are stick sharp and strong. Don’t let the name fool you these hooks are STRONG. These hooks are a must for all of your hard baits.
G-Finesse Drop Shot Hook: Designed by Aaron Marten the G-Finesee drop shot hook is a work horse. As with all G-Finesse hooks they are razor sharp, extremely strong and come with Tournament Grade Wire (TGW) and a “Nano Coating” which allows the hook to penetrate even easier than before.
G-Finesse Hybrid Worm Hook: A perfect hook for Texas rig applications. This hook is great for any weedless type presentation. Most commonly in Ryan’s arsenal for fishing creature baits, stick baits, and flukes. Designed by Mike McClelland the hybrid worm hook is a blend of your standard round bend and the EWG style hook.
If you have any questions regarding Gamakatsu products you can visit him at the Gamakatsu booth at the 2020 International Sportsman’s Expo at Cal Expo. Also Feel free to contact him vie e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or through his social media @ryanhallfishing.