Which Size Threader Kit to Choose?

Which Size Threader Kit to Choose?

  So you are ready to purchase but don’t know what size Threader Kit to go with? Threader Kits come in sizes #1, #2, #4, #6, #8, and #10. The only difference is the size of the hooks that come in the kit! #1 is the largest size hook and #10 is the smallest... read more
How to Create A Live Minnow Fishing Lure

How to Create A Live Minnow Fishing Lure

Using our patented Threader Tool; Enter the mouth of your bait fish Easily slide the Threader Tool along their straight line intestinal track until it emerges out the rear Hook the loop of your leader on the Threader Tools precision notch Pull your leader back though... read more
How-to RIG LIVE BAIT

How-to RIG LIVE BAIT

Holding the bait upside down, carefully insert the Threader into the mouth of the live bait. Slide the Threader through the body, making sure to follow the digestive tract of the bait. Continue feeding the Threader through the body until the hook of the Threader... read more
How to Thread a Crawler

How to Thread a Crawler

In this example we are using a single hook leader and the anodized aluminum threader. Using the threader to enter the front of the crawler, following along thru the center as far as you want to go and then exiting at your desired hook location, hook the loop of your... read more
How to Thread a Green Sunfish, Bluegill, Perch, Brim

How to Thread a Green Sunfish, Bluegill, Perch, Brim

Bluegill, also known as sunfish, perch, or brim can be easily rigged with the Hook Line & Threader Bait Threader. Steps: Hold the baitfish upside down. Insert the bait threader into the mouth of the baitfish Follow the intestinal tract out the butt, Hook the loop... read more