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 How to determine the size of the hook according to the fish

How to determine the size of the hook according to the fish "which you can make as input and reference material for your fishing. Considering that the development of the internet in Indonesia is getting better, many anglers use internet technology as a means to find information on how to fish, how to make accurate bait, fishing techniques , the price of fishing equipment (rod, reel, popper, minnow, bait casting, string), places and fishing spots with lots of fish.Therefore, mancingmania.net tries to provide several tutorials and articles for anglers to make it easier to find.

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Find a hook size that fits your target fish.

Although there is no standard size for using fishing rods or hooks for fishing, many world-class professional anglers such as Evans, Zane Gray, O'Shaugnessy who are also authors of fishing books abroad, write about their experiences in fishing so that we can emulate them as example. Although not all types of fish are here, maybe you can estimate the size of the fish you can catch from here.

For seawater fishing:


Sailfish, broadbill and marlin use the numbers 10/0 to 13/0

Tarpon fish, using the numbers 7/0 to 10/0

Tuna uses the numbers 7/0 to 13 with the Martu or Sproat type

Weakfish, Fishing line number 4/0 Sproat or O'Shaughnessy

Flounder: Fishing line number 1/0 Sproat or O'Shaughnessy

BlueFish: Fishing line no 4/0 is most recommended 6x long

Stripbass fish: Fishing line no 7/0 to 10/0

Channelbass fish: fishing line number 7/0

Croaker, Kingfish, Seabass, Porgy, Ling, BlackFish, Pollock, fishing line no 1/0 to 3/0 Sproat or O'Shaughnessy

For freshwater fishing:

The strategy of using large fishing rods in freshwater fishing is the wrong choice, because many experienced anglers say that "small hooks can get big fish, but big hooks will have difficulty if they get small fish. You should adjust the size of the fish's mouth with the hook, a good guess is that the largest hook size is half of the mouth of the fish you catch.

For Panfish you can use hook number 4/0 or 6/0 but if the bait is small use hook number 10/0 or 8/0

For trout use hook number 4/0, 6/0 or 8/0

For Sea Bass use the number 1/0 or 2/0

For Northern Pike and Muskies, use fishing line number 3/0 to 1

For fish in Indonesia, with various types of fish, please adjust to the size of the body and the shape of the fish's mouth with a maximum "gap" of the hook half of the size of the fish's mouth.

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