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No, the very simple and hard answer to this question is no, you cannot take fishing hooks in your hand luggage on an airplane. Just think about it, you can’t bring nail clippers, you can’t bring a bottle of water, and you can barely bring yourself on an airplane.

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  • Can you take fishing lures on a plane?

  • Checked Bags: Yes. Sharp fishing tackle that may be considered dangerous, such as large fish hooks, should be sheathed, securely wrapped, and packed in your checked luggage. Like other high-value objects, you may wish to pack expensive reels or fragile tackle that does not pose a security threat (small flies) in your carry-on baggage.

  • What kind of fishing hooks can you take on plane?

  • Today, I’ll tell you what I’ve found out through my own research and experience. Hopefully, it’ll help you out. According to JetBlue, the Transportation Security Association (TSA) says “Small hooks for fly fishing or fresh water hooks are acceptable” in carry-on luggage, but “deep sea fishing hooks” are forbidden.

  • Can you carry fishing poles on a plane?

  • For example, Delta Airlines give directions and specifications for fishing poles, but not for hooks or lures, while Jet Blue states that small hooks for fly fishing or fresh water hooks are acceptable, but deep sea hooks are only allowed in checked baggage. I have seen many freshwater hooks that are larger than some deep sea hooks.

  • Where do you put fishing gear on a plane?

  • “Fishing equipment should be placed in checked baggage. Some tackle is sharp and dangerous. Expensive reels or fragile tackle such as flies should be packed in your carry-on baggage.” I wouldn’t suggest putting any lures in your carry on that you couldn’t stand to lose, just in case they are confiscated.