The only hook that pays for itself!
How so? Well, let’s take a look. As you can see from the photos, the minnow does not get hooked. “What!?” No, a small wire gets slid under the minnow’s dorsal fin, and he hangs between the hooks.
Typically, when you hook a minnow, you stick him witha hook that does a lot of damage to that guy’s little body. That is why they do not last very long, or are not very lively when they hit the water because they are already half dead.
However, because you do not jam a hook through the minnow’s body when you use kvees’ Minnow Saver System, that ol’ boy does not even know he’s hooked!
So let’s talk cash. A minnow hooked with a regular hook dies pretty fast, we all know that. The minnow on the Minnow Saver will last two times as long. Savings of $3.00. One time cost of Minnow Saver hook at $3.00 per hook.
Now, no fish in its right mind bites on a dead or nearly dead minnow (except maybe in winter). So, you spend a half hour or longer fishing with a bait that nothing is going to bite. On the other hand, if you were using the Minnow Saver, that bait would be super lively as soon as he hits the water, and for a long time after that!
One hook faces the front, the other faces back. Gets them no matter how they grab the minnow. More hooksets, more fish!
If you are worried about them swallowing the hook, that seldom happens, if ever. So the upside is that the Minnow Saver pays for itself in one or two outings, more strikes, better hooksets, and more fish. The downside is that it takes about 3 minnows to get the hang of using the Minnow Saver system, and you cannot go fishing everyday-even if you want to!