Grub hook

a plowlike implement for uprooting stumps, breaking roots, etc.

See also: Grub

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Harry Freeman tied his Totten variant buzzer style - using the red grub hook with a black flexifloss body with no tail but with the two long 'horns' that you would normally have on a flexifloss bloodworm cropped to about half an inch.
One unknown 1900-era catalog states, "One man with a team can accomplish as much in one day with this grub hook as four men with crowbars, levers, etc.
A 15lb 7oz fish caught by Mr Phil Totten from Lanchester, fishing his own Sexy Bloodworm pattern - a Black Woodworm tied on a red Charles Jardine grub hook - was the week's heaviest.