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Title:
FISH HOOK WITH STABILIZER
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2018/167531
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The present disclosure relates to a stabilizer with one end having a non-sharp end facing the sharp point of a fish hook separated by a horizontal gap between said fish hook and stabilizer attached to a fish hook of varying size, length, style, angle and diameter with sharp point on one end with said stabilizer acting as a guide to help secure the fish to the base hook once the fish has bitten and embedded said hook thus making it more difficult for the fish to dislodge said hook increasing the effectiveness of landing the fish.

Inventors:
SERO, Jeffrey, Scott (200 Riverside Pkwy, Frankford, ON K0K2C0, K0K2C0, CA)
Application Number:
IB2017/001691
Publication Date:
September 20, 2018
Filing Date:
December 21, 2017
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
SERO, Jeffrey, Scott (200 Riverside Pkwy, Frankford, ON K0K2C0, K0K2C0, CA)
International Classes:
A01K83/00
Foreign References:
US8915011B12014-12-23
US4854070A1989-08-08
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Claims:
"CLAIMS

As used herein, the word fish hook means any fish hook varying in size, length, style, angle, material or diameter.

1. A stabilizer attached to at least one fish hook acting as a guide to help secure the fish to the hook once the fish has bitten and embedded said hook making it more difficult for the fish to dislodge said hook increasing the effectiveness of landing the fish, comprising: a) At least one fish hook of varying size, length, style, angle, material and diameter with sharp point on one end with or without barbs and an eye for attaching line to the other end; and b) At least one stabilizer of varying degrees of bends, size, length, style, angle and diameter of fish hook with eye of said hook removed on one end, sharp end of said hook removed from opposite end to form said stabilizer and attached to shank of said fish hook, leaving curved end of said hook to act as stabilizer with non-sharp end facing toward sharp point of fish hook separated by a horizontal gap between said fish hook and stabilizer.

2. The invention of claim 1, in which stabilizer can be attached to the shank of a fish hook on either side of said fish hook.

3. The invention of claim 1, in which the horizontal gap width between fish hook and stabilizer vary depending on fish hook size, length, style, angle and diameter.

4. The invention of claim 1, in which said invention can be constructed of one continuous piece or multiple pieces attached to fish hook to form said invention.

5. The invention of claim 1, in which the stabilizer has varying degrees of curve depending on the fish hook and stabilizer size, length, style, angle and diameter.

6. The invention of claim 1, in which the stabilizer has a non-sharp end depending on size, length, style, angle and diameter.

7. The invention of claim 5, in which said invention may have a curved or straight stabilizer depending on size, length, style, angle and diameter.

8. The invention of claim 6, in which said stabilizer may have a sharp or non-sharp end depending on size, length, style, angle and diameter.

9. The invention of claim 1, in which different variations of said invention can be constructed such as more than one fish hook.

10. The invention of claim 1, in which different variations of said invention can be constructed such as more than one stabilizer.

10. The invention of claim 1, in which different variations of said invention can be constructed such as said fish hook may be barbed or barbless.

Description:
FISH HOOK WITH STABILIZER

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

[0001] The present invention relates to a fish hook, more specifically a fish hook with a stabilizer.

BACKGROUND

[0002] Typically, fish hooks are of a metal material consisting one to three hook points formed on a straight shank formed into a U shape on one end with or without barbs and an eye for attaching fishing line at the other end used on fishing lures and/or as a solitary hook. Although, this form of fish hook is used with the purpose of hooking and landing the fish with a certain effectiveness, this form of fish hook allows the fish to easily free itself from the hook therefore, losing the fish.

SUMMARY

[0003] The following summary is intended solely for the benefit of the reader and is not intended to be limiting in any way. The present invention provides a stabilizer attached to a fish hook with one end of the stabilizer having a non-sharp end facing the sharp point of the fish hook separated by a horizontal gap between said fish hook and stabilizer attached to a fish hook of varying size, length, style, angle and diameter with sharp point on one end, barbed or barbless with said stabilizer acting as a guide to help secure the fish onto the fish hook once the fish has bitten and embedded said hook thus making it more difficult for the fish to dislodge said hook increasing the effectiveness of landing the fish. Typically, fish hooks allow the fish to easily free itself from the hook therefore, losing the fish. The said invention reduces this flaw by way of the stabilizer acting as a guide helping the fish to stay secured onto the fish hook maximizing the effectiveness of landing the fish while still utilizing the skill required to keep the fish from freeing itself from the hook.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0004] FIG. 1 shows a numbered explanation side view of said invention. [0005] FIG.2 shows a side view of a fish hook for said invention. [0006] FIG. 3 shows stabilizer of said invention.

[0007] FIG. 4 shows a view of gap between fish hook and said stabilizer.

[0008] FIG. 5 shows a view of a variation said invention can be constructed such as more than one fish hook.

[0009] FIG. 6 shows a view of a variation said invention can be constructed such as more than one stabilizer.

[00010] FIG. 7 shows a view of how said invention is assembled. [0011] FIG. 8 shows a view of said invention assembled.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0012] FIG.l shows a numbered explanation of said invention showing a fish hook with stabilizer comprising; a stabilizer (5) with non-sharp end (4) depending on hook size, length, style, angle and diameter acting as the stabilizer to guide and keep fish from dislodging itself from said fish hook once fish has bitten said hook, sharp point of fish hook (1) for fish to embed in its mouth, barb of fish hook (2) which some fish hooks may have and others may not, eye of fish hook (3) for attaching line to said hook, method of attaching (6) said stabilizer to shank of said fish hook.

[0013] FIG.2 shows a fish hook, said hook can comprises at least one hook, may or may not have barbs on said hook and vary in size, length, style, angle, material and diameter.

[0014] FIG.3 Shows a stabilizer comprising a fish hook with varying degrees of bends, size, length, style, angle and diameter with eye of said hook removed on one end, sharp end of said hook removed from opposite end to form said stabilizer and attached to shank of said fish hook, leaving curved end of said hook to act as a stabilizer with non-sharp end facing sharp point of fish hook separated by a horizontal gap between said fish hook and stabilizer.

[0015] FIG.4 shows a view of said invention with stabilizer attached to fish hook separated by said gap (FIG. 4), horizontal gap width between the fish hook and stabilizer vary depending on hook size, length, style, angle, material and diameter.

[0016] FIG.5 show said invention depicting different, but not limited to combinations said invention can comprise such as; fish hook (FIG.2) with more than one hook point (1) with stabilizer (FIG. 3).

[0017] FIG.6 show said invention depicting different, but not limited to combinations said invention can comprise such as; fish hook (FIG.2) with more than one stabilizer (FIG.3) with sharp or non-sharp end depending on size, length, style, angle, material and diameter. [0018] FIG.7 shows how said invention is assembled; any fish hook of any size, length, style, angle, material or diameter (FIG.l), stabilizer (FIG.3) attaching to fish hook shank (FIG.2) separated by a horizontal gap (FIG.4) secured together with method of attaching (6).

[0019] FIG.8 shows said invention fully assembled.