You might notice that I have inline single hooks on some/most of my hard baits. Here are the steps I follow for replacing treble hooks on lures with inline single hooks.

Find The Correct Inline Hook Size

Step 1 – Find Treble Hook Size

Look up your current treble hook up by printing page 6 of this chart and matching it.

Step 2 – Lookup Inline Single Hook Size

Use the chart on the owner website (see the image “Treble to Single Conversion Table”) to look up the replacement: Owner 3X-Strong version or Owner’s 1X-Strong version or Owner’s 4X-Strong version … different strengths have different options so if you can’t find the right size in one of the tables, try a different strength altogether.

Step 3 – Shop For The Replacement

Locate the replacement model number on your favorite online store or in your local tackle shop. I found the cheapest price on Amazon for my replacement.

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— Kayak Fishing Addict

Step 4 – Replace The Hooks

Replace the treble hooks with the new single inline hooks using split ring pliers. The front hook should face forward when hanging down. The back hook should face backwards when hanging down.

Step 5 – Go Fish!

Go catch some fish! Tight lines!

~Kayak Fishing Addict


My name is Ron. I’m “Kayak Fishing Addict” on YouTube! I was bit by the kayak fishing bug and I’ve been addicted ever since. This is my blog where I discuss everything about my kayak fishing adventures, including the backstory. I’ll share what fishing lures I use, the types of fish I catch like redfish, speckled trout, and flounder, how I film, and what I encountered in the marsh. You’ll get all of my kayak fishing catches, tips, and tricks that you can use to put more fish in the boat!

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