Fishing that consists of letting a hook drop and sink into the water and reeling it back in to simulate the movement of a small fish.
Metal hook of variable size attached to the end of float tackle and baited with a natural or artificial lure intended to catch a fish.
Pointed end of the fishhook that catches on the fish’s mouth.
Reverse projection that prevents the fishhook from falling out of the fish’s mouth.
Rounded end of the fishhook.
Depth of the fishhook.
Width of the fishhook.
Straight part between the bend and the eye of the fishhook.
Hole through which the fishing line passes so the fishhook can be attached to the line or to float tackle.