TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks
$7.49 – $8.99
Hayabusa Fishing has three different product series in the TBL 930 Treble Hook series: Nickel, Black Nickel, and NRB (non-reflective black) with fluorine coating. TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks are the pinnacle of treble hook innovation, a superior treble hook to traditional and/or standard treble hooks. NRB technology proves more effective in relation to hook sharpness, durability, and elements of camouflage (the fluorine coating subtly hides the hooks presence). Bass fishermen who equip their expensive hard baits, swimbaits, spoons, and/or other fishing lures with TRB 930 NRB Treble Hooks will instantly experience the difference. Take a few minutes to improve your favorite fishing lures!
TRB 930 NRB Treble Hooks
#8 (6 per package), #6 (6 per package), #5 (6 per package), #4 (6 per package), and #2 (6 per package)
TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks – Bass Fishing Hooks for Hard Baits
Hayabusa Fishing introduced TBL 930 Nickel Treble Hooks and TBL 930 Black Nickel Treble Hooks to offer bass fishermen an option when changing out treble hooks on bass fishing lures. However, Hayabusa Fishing created a third treble hook product series – the TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks. The new TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks set a new standard for quality treble hooks. Hayabusa Fishing’s original Non-Reflective Black (NRB) Fluorine Coating is engineered for smooth hook penetration, incredible durability, and unbelievable treble hook strength – in addition to the fluorine coating that creates a natural appearance underwater, providing natural camouflage that won’t disturb largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, or spotted bass.
The TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks sharpness and round-bend arm strength are second to none. This is due to Hayabusa Fishing’s forged carbon steel process. When the time comes to replace treble hooks on your favorite fishing lures try Japan’s finest treble hooks! Hayabusa Fishing’s TBL 930 NRB Treble Hooks are difference makers in tournament bass fishing. Tournament bass fishermen know the price that comes with losing critical keepers on tough fishing days. It makes sense to invest in elite treble hooks for various hard baits used on tournament day. The choice between winning and losing is rather simple: always arm your hard baits with the best treble hooks to produce the best five-fish limit possible.