Eagle Claw Brand

Eagle Claw

Eagle Claw

A comprehensive range of saltwater and freshwater forged point single hooks and treble hooks. The original forged point American made hook brand for over 90 years.
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Trokar

Trokar

Competition level hooks with patented point and Surgically Sharpened Technology. Highly specialised predator hooks, carp hooks and big fish hooks including tournament hook patterns.
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Lazer Sharp

Lazer Sharp

The only American made needlepoint in a wide range of patterns. Single and treble hooks. Saltwater circle hooks, shark hooks, freshwater predator jig hooks and specimen hooks.
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Wright & McGill

Wright & McGill

Inspiring customer loyalty since 1925. A range of spinning and baitcasting rods, reels and fishing tools. The original fishing tackle brand started by Drew McGill and Stan Wright.
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The most innovative fishhook company in the world with over 90-years of fishhook manufacturing heritage. Manufactured in the U.S.A. World famous Wright &McGill, Eagle Claw, Lazer Sharp and Trokar brands designed to meet the needs of anglers all over the world.

American made hooks

The Eagle Claw brand has a rich history dating back over 90 years. Founded in Denver, Colorado in 1925, the Wright & McGill Co began with two young fishermen Drew McGill and Stan Wright formed the Wright & McGill Co.

Drew McGill took inspiration for his innovative hook designs from that of an eagle’s claw as he observed the birds on a fishing trip. Wright & McGill registered the Eagle Claw trade mark in 1938 and the legend was born. Since that day, the world-famous Eagle Claw fishhooks have always been Made in the USA.

Pioneers in hook manufacturing techniques, Wright & McGill Co. launched their advanced Lazer Sharp needle point range 1985 and Trokar competition level hooks with patented Surgically Sharpened Technology®(SST) in 2002, the Wright & McGill company continue to push the boundaries of hook manufacture to this day.