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Mustad 39951BLN Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hooks

Mustad 39951BLN Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hooks

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DescriptionQuantityHook SizePrice
Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hook, black nickel10/packSelect Hook Size$0.00 USD
Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hook, black nickel10/packSelect Hook Size$0.00 USD
Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hook, black nickel6/packSelect Hook Size$0.00 USD
Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hook, black nickel4/packSelect Hook Size$0.00 USD
Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hook, black nickel100/pack6/0$31.99 USD
Ultrapoint Demon Circle Hook, black nickel100/pack8/0$48.99 USD
Demon Circle: Extra Fine Wire
39951BLN (new ref. 39951NP-BN)
  • Opti-Angle Needle Point, chemically sharpened
  • Nor-Tempered
  • Z-Shaped offset secures plastic
  • Fine wire
  • Extra wide bend
  • Black nickel
5 Stars based on 12 reviews
By Mark Scannell
San Diego, California
July 13, 2017
Mustad Ultrapoint Demon Circle 10/0
Love this monster hooks for tuna and shark.
By Mark Scannell
San Diego, California
July 13, 2017
Mustad Ultrapoint Demon Circle 8/0
Highest quality. Very durable.
By Mark Scannell
San Diego, California
July 13, 2017
Mustad Ultrapoint Demon Circle 6/0
Simply the best quality hooks!
By Cory
August 23, 2016
Simple Hook Set
I really like these hooks. I use them for all kinds of inshore fishing. I can tell people I bring out to simply raise the rod and reel (I set their drag, obviously) and they are able to get hooks in fish on a consistent basis. 1/0 for Snook fishing Western Florida. Highly recommend.
By Scottie
Eclectic, Alabama
May 27, 2016
Great hooks
Great hooks very sharp works great for big catfish
By Ahmad Al-Rayes
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
November 25, 2015
Excellent hook for small mouth fishes
Perfect hooks for catching small and medium size fishes, very strong, rust free, lasting sharp for long even used in saltwater. The only circle hooks I found with those small sizes, I really love them.
By Jason
Morganton, NC
February 26, 2014
Great Hooks
Love these hooks I use the 1/0, 3/0 and the 5/0 circle hooks from the pier. I like the fact that you do not have to set the hook, that has helped my wife to increase the amount of fish that she catches. Fish picks up the bait and all you have to do is reel it in. No more gut hooks either fish have been hooked in the mouth every time so far.
ProsStrong Hooks. No gut hooks.
By Joe
Brooksville, FL
December 22, 2013
Get Hooked
Have been using it in saltwater.
ProsVery thin, yet strong
By Bill
October 9, 2013
Nice and sharp
Circle hooks can be a pain to learn how to use especially if you have fished with "J hooks". No jerk setting of the hook or it won't work. When you feel a bite, just reel down smoothly and the fish will hook itself. I was forced tolearn to use these because it is the law now for the Gulf of Mexico grouper and snapper fishing, Make sure the bait can't turn around and interfere with the point of the hook.
Prosnice gap and sharp
ConsBait can turn into the point
By Vernon
New York
August 9, 2013
2/0 Circle Hooks
Performed as expected! ... used for Seabass and Porgy (mostly seabass as I put more than enough clam on the hook to get them!). Also caught 32inch Striper as well
By rob
cherry hill, nj
June 7, 2013
limited experience
This is a tough one. Please take my limited experience into account here. I was fishing along side a guy using a j-hook. I was using these circle hooks. We were using bunker chunks for bait. #1- I found it harder to get the hook through the bait because of the inward curved tip.J-hook- no problems. #2- I missed some bites. J-hook did not. From what it seems there is a technique to using circle that I have yet to perfect. So for those reasons I am only giving 3 stars. May be user error all the way.
By Jim
February 14, 2013
Great chunking hook
This hook has a wider gap than some other hook brands. I baited it with large bunker chunks and heads and had great success from the surf.
ProsVery sharp Wide gap for big bait chunks and increased hookup ratio.
ConsI wish the eye was bent for easier snelling.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from panhandle florida asked:
August 28, 2015
how to hook or connect to fishing line?
That would depend on the fish that you are going after and the size line that you are using. For fishing for striped bass, I like to use 50-80lb flourocarbon line tied to the hook using a improved clinch knot.
on September 1, 2015

Paul Hirakawa
from Philippines asked:
October 10, 2013
what is the best sizes for this for ; 1) Tuna 100-200lbs 2) Sailfish average 3) Marlin big boys Please advise so i can order properly.. thanks !
For larger fish, the 10/0 would be best. For Sailfish a 6/0-7/0 should be best. It is always good to get the insight of the local captains and/or fisherman (Through in person conversation or fishing forums) to the area of targeted species too. Due to changes in feeding habits, water clarity, etc. the type or size of hook can vary and those people fishing in that area will know better than anyone.
Customer Service
on October 13, 2013

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