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Joined: May 19, 2005
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Location: Hayling Island, Hampshire

PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:07 am Reply with quote Back to top

Thought I would let you guys know about what I consider to be possibly the best worm hooks I have found. They are the VMC 7240 long shank Aberdeens which are tin rather than nickel plated. They are not cheap but have such a long life (I still have some on rigs which I made over a year ago) that the initial cost is far outweighed. Part of the secret is the tin plating so that they take ages to rust through. They also seem to stay sharp for a lot longer than other Aberdeens which I have used in the past. Tacklebargains used to sell them but he has now packed up which means that unless you have a nearby tackle shop which stocks them, you will have to get them mail order from Pecheur.com as they are made in France. You will not be disappointed gents I promise.
 
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