Greys Prowla Bait Flags Prowla bait flags come in small or large sizes at 22mm & 35mm with 30 flags per box. They are moulded from soft and supple TPU rubber so as not to impede hooking potential. The flag should be mounted on the barbed point of a treble and slid down onto the bend. Bait flags are used primarily to give a visual striking point to a predator, but also to enable you to see which hook point is barbed - this should be the first removed when unhooking your fish. They can also be used to hold a bait in place by using 2 flags, the second being slid onto the barbed point after the bait has been mounted. Bait flags can be used with all manner of natural live, or dead baits, including fish, squid and worms. Indented hooking point, Hooking-sure soft TPU rubber, Available in small or large sizes, Technical Specification, Material - Softened TPU rubber, Sizes - Small 22mm / Large 35mm.
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