You've probably noticed that carp hooks are a dime a dozen.
Thin, thick, long, short, with curved hook shank, with straight hook shank, with curved point, with straight point and so on and so on.
The selection of carp hooks today is extremely extensive and often an absolute chaos for many newcomers.
What many anglers don't know, however, since the manufacturers often don't really reveal it, is that not every carp hook is suitable for every situation!
A wrong carp hook at the wrong time and maybe even on the wrong rig can often lead to fish losses, which can be quite annoying for the angler on the one hand and is not exactly beneficial for the fish on the other hand, as injuries can often occur here , which actually could have been avoided!
So that this doesn't happen to you in the future, we will show you below when you should use which hook with which rig in order to be able to achieve maximum success!
2. When do I use which carp hook?
Not every carp hook is suitable for every situation.
For example, when fishing in front of obstacles, you should never use a relatively thin-wired carp hook, but in this case always use somewhat thicker and larger hooks, which can really withstand the pressure during the fight with the fish.
In the river, or on very pebbly or stony bottom, it is advisable to use a carp hook, for example, which has an inwardly curved hook tip, as it does not become blunt so quickly in such situations.
Choosing the right hook can make the difference between success and failure.
With our two free download files, however, you are well prepared in the future and know exactly what is important and which carp hook you need to use at what time in order to be able to achieve maximum success with it!
We wish you a lot of fun and success on the water!