It happened again today .I was throwing a Top Pup that I have changed out the treble hooks on. The very first cast I had a very nice red eat it and did not hook up. This has happened about 6-7 times this year and I am now thinking of finding another hook for my top water hard baits. What I had done over the winter was replace the treble hooks, all of which I had removed one hook from, with single "siwash" hooks in #1 size. Today was like most of the other teases in that the fish boiled the plug more than once. When a red hits my top water baits I do my best to let it do its own hook setting. Today was typical in that the fish grabbed the plug, flipped over and started swimming away. I felt the weight and knew at once it was not hooked. Sure enough it let it go. I left it where it popped up and it took another swipe at it and the same results. Three more of these hits/misses and it decided to move on. This was a nice fish for sure. It was only about 20' from my kayak and I could see its whole back as it rolled over the bait.I would guess it was an upper slot fish but definitely was a slot fish so it was absolutely large enough to swallow the whole plug-not just mouth it. Anyway the short story is I am looking for some double hooks. While looking at some on line I am seeing nothing with a completely closed eye. What I mean is that the hooks I am finding are all a loop at the eye. These look like they would be a real pain to keep from jamming. Being that there is this little gap in the shanks it seems like these would be prime for hanging up on the lures connection point or a split ring. Can anyone confirm that there are doubles available with a discreet eye and not just a loop? I guess the fact that these have a loop I could sort of wind them on the lures "eye" but I don't know for sure if this is why/how they are designed. Advice needed please.