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RodnTod

what size hook would you guys use for salmon?
straight off the res

use the biggest barbed treble hooks you can find
apex

to driftnet...

Sarcasm on the internet it is a lot more ambiguous and is not as easily detectable than speech. Why post something that could confuse and have negative consequences? Yours may be a political statement or an attempt at humor, but the original poster is new and interested in advice. We can all give a helping hand and try to make life easier for each other and the world slightly better.

RodnTod,

Generally, size 4 to 2/0 hooks, must be non-barbed. Sometimes, smaller presentations work better than larger ones, depending on water clarity.

RodnTod


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