So here's a topic worth discussing, how to pick the right flipping hook and what brands work the best for you guys and why?? Also, favorite flippin baits. Personally, I hate Trokar hooks because the point rolls after a couple fish so don't listen to all the hype out there. I stick with Gamakatsu and Owner far all my hooks, and both brands make awesome flipping hooks. For all my flipping I will usually opt for 4/0 to 6/0 hooks depending on the size of my plastics. As far baits go I like to keeo it fairly simple. Sweet Beavers are by far my #1 producer, as well as the New Havoc Baits from Berkley, check em out. And also can forget about the jig. Beavers work great for jig trailers, and in colder wanter I throw pork. Best pork for sure is Uncle Josh Phantam Craw and Phantam Finesse Craw. This is what im confident in, what about you guys? Any questions about the topic is recommended.