Zoneloc hooks: A Classic family affair
Zoneloc hooks is proud to support two of our family members competing in the Bassmaster Classic this week, Alton Jones and Alton Jones Jr. This is the first time these two have competed against each other on the biggest stage in professional fishing. This epic battle will take place on Lake Conroe, just outside of Houston, Texas. Both of the Jones boys hail from Texas. It's a real family affair, and the event will certainly be exciting with bass predicted to be in various stages of the spawn. Read More
Punching Mats With Zoneloc's Flippin' Hook
Zoneloc On Tour: Alton Jones and the Dinger
With the 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series season only a few weeks away, you'd better believe Zoneloc pro Alton Jones has his gear ready for battle this season.
One of Jones's favorite pieces of gear involves a Zoneloc Flippin' Hook with a YumDinger. In fact, it's always ready for use on the deck of Alton's tournament boat. Jones uses the big 6/0 Zoneloc Flippin' Hook and larger Yum Dinger specifically to catch big bass. Read More
Alton Jones Jr. ready for 2017
Zoneloc pro Alton Jones Jr. has sure made a monster splash in 2016. Jones took the Red River B.A.S.S. Open title to earn a berth to the 2017 Bassmaster Classic. He also finished high enough in points in the Opens to qualify for the Bassmaster Elite Series. It was one heck of a year, indeed.
Sure, he's the son of former Bassmaster Classic champion and pro bass fishing icon Alton Jones. He was a past Frisbee partner of tournament legend Aaron Martens and was frequently swung around by the likes of former Angler of the Year (AOY) Brent Chapman. But that doesn't make you successful when you get your chance to play in the big leagues. Full Story
Alton Jones gets hooked
Alton Jones is a name synonymous with success in the world of professional bass fishing. Jones is a former Bassmaster Classic champion and Angler of the Year (AOY). Add a few Bassmaster wins along the way and you have a man who's had incredible success throughout his career.
You'd think the most important things to a fella who fishes for a living would be his boat and motor, rods and reels, etc. Sure, they are right up there, but there is something simple, small and often taken for granted by many anglers that Jones values just as much. What is that you say? The fishing hook. Full Story