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Jocumsen signs with Hayabusa

Jocumsen signs with Hayabusa

Japanese hook company Hayabusa recently announced the addition of FLW Tour angler Carl Jocumsen to its U.S. pro staff.

Jocumsen joins current pro staffers Cliff Pirch, Casey Scanlon, Fred Roumbanis, Matt Herren, Bryan Schmitt, Pete Ponds and Skylar Hamilton.

Hayabusa is the top-selling bass fishing hook in Japan and is also known for it popular saltwater line.

“I only use the highest quality fishing tackle available," Jocumsen said. "I began using Hayabusa products in 2017 after hearing good reports from highly qualified anglers. I am super impressed and love the range of hooks they have available. The sharpness and super slick coating are factors that I believe are superior.

"I look forward to building and growing with this brand as it becomes one of the top-selling hooks in the U.S.A."

“Hayabusa branding and exposure is growing rapidly in the USA (and) we believe Carl will assist us greatly moving forward in our growth," said Hayabusa U.S.A., Inc. general manager Kurt Dove. "Carl is a tackle guru and for him to see the benefits of using Hayabusa’s high quality product continues to validate our belief that we will become a household name here in the U.S.A. bass fishing market."

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