Threading a Live Crawler

Threading a Live Crawler

Live Crawler Bait Rig Enter the small bait threader into the front of the crawlerPush it thru the center of their body Exit the small bait threader wherever you want to place your hook (I usually go 3/4 of the way thru his body)Hook the loop of your leader on the... read more
Why Choose A Double Hook?

Why Choose A Double Hook?

Many customer’s ask why we only sell double prong hooks with the Hook Line & Threader bait rigging system. The answer is this: The double prong hooks balance the bait fish out allowing it to swim more naturally. While you can use a single or treble hook, we... read more
Your Kids Can Create Their Own Fishing Lures!!

Your Kids Can Create Their Own Fishing Lures!!

Imagine how much more appreciation your kids will have for their and your fishing lures if they can create their own?! Maybe they wont lose them anymore?! That would be AMAZING!! Watch the video here how 6 year old Cambree creates her own custom soft plastic bait with... read more
Finger Mullet Bait Rig

Finger Mullet Bait Rig

The Large Threader Tool can be used to rig live finger mullet bait fish. Hold the finger mullet upside down then insert the threader tip into the mouth of the finger mullet, then slide the threader thru their digestional tract while angling it to the rear, continue... read more
Which Threader Tool to Choose?

Which Threader Tool to Choose?

Hook Line & Threader, Inc. currently offers 2 size Threaders, the Standard, and the Marine-Grade Stainless Steel. The Standard Threader is 5 1/2 inches long and the Stainless Steel Threader is 9 inches long. The Standard Threader comes in Kit sizes #1, #2, #4, #6,... read more
Threading a Live 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