I have been using dimond jigs the last couple of years and with great success but was wondering how I could increase my hook-up percentage. I change the split ring and hooks as soon as I take them out the package and have been using owner treble hooks wich work great and are super strong. However I seem to miss a fair amount of stikes. I would have thought useing treble hooks would give me the highest hook-up % but from some of the stuff I have been reading it seems I could be wrong. I know I could rig the dimond jig the same way but use a J hook instead of a treble hook or with an assist hook from the top like other jigs. So I know the diff options just not sure if one of them is better than the others and would increase my hook-up % or if missed strikes are just comin with jig fishing. I use them when targeting AJ's, snapper, and bf tuna. Any advise from personal experiance would be great.