After years of fishing using hooks from companies such as Korda, Fox and ESP I wasn’t expecting any change or improvement to my catch rate when using these hooks. Promised to be extra sharp and capped to prevent any damage to the hook point I was pleasantly surprised.
Im not sure if it was a confidence thing but my catch rate did improve from my local runs water. I think the theory is that carp pick up your hook bait more times than you really know about as they have a method of blowing the bait back out of their mouths so a sharper hook can help the hook to catch in the mouths better.
Korda Kaptor hooks are a great allrounder hook, used to build rigs such as the standard hair rig to more complicated and complex rigs. Kaptor hooks are not just a carp hook, I’ve had many species on these hooks such as chub and even strong enough for catfish.
The streamline packaging is also a great feature, designed to fit perfectly in any tackle box no matter the quantity. Kaptor hooks come in many sizes, colours and patterns for all types of situation and is worth have a few different sizes in the tackle box.
They come in sizes 12, 10, 8, 6 and 4. They come in two camo coatings gravel and weed. There are three different patterns in the range Choddy, Wide gape and Kurv shank.
If you don’t know where to start I personally would go for size 8/6 Kurv shank hooks because they are for versatile for creating many different rig types.
In conclusion the Korda Kaptor range has it all, it covers you for wherever, whenever and whatever your fishing. There are many great hook ranges out there but Korda’s Kaptor range really does fit in the top 5 atleast.
You can find these hooks in your local tackle shop or simply find them online from sites such as amazon.
Thanks for reading this review be sure to check out my other reviews and if you have any comments on Korda Kaptor hooks I would be happy to answer them.