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Replacing Double Clutch trebles

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Hey Guys,
After landing a few mulloway, flathead and small salmon on my double clutches it has become clear that as deadly sharp that these hooks are. They bend and snap after a few good fish. I currently own 8 double clutches and need to replace hooks on 6 of these.
Have heard the owners in the same size are a much stronger hook but are heavier.
I am sure many of you have had to replace these hooks so what has been your go to?

 

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Yeah those 'SASQWA' or something to that effect are sticky sharp but bend easily. I've always gone to owners and haven't found it affects action too much. However, the owners I used (size 10 ST36 BC) still bent out after a good session. So if you're changing hooks on the 75mm or less lures, maybe keep an eye on it after you get a lot of decent fish. Particularly the front treble; always seems to cop a hammering on mullys and such. 

(I know the treble was too small for the lure, it's just all I had one me at the time)

 

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