Let’s do our part to help save the fish population for future anglers.
When a hook snags a fish’s throat/gills, this is known as gut hooking. Gut hooking causes massive damage to the critical organs of the fish and leaves them severely wounded. Using a normal J-hook increases the chances of snagging and tearing holes in the fish’s digestive and respiratory systems, which often kills it shortly after release.
Problem One Solved
Baitanator Fishhooks are the only J-Hooks that will dramatically reduce the chance of gut hooking fish, making this hook perfect for catch and release fishing with family and friends. Because the capsule covers the J-hook, small fish cannot swallow the entire hook causing them to feed near the barb. If a larger fish swallows the Baitanator, the protective capsule keeps the hook from snagging the fish’s throat, allowing it to retreat without injury.