Its a cable wire hook but its one piece, from the eye to the hook.
We purchased it from a store called big game fishing the world.com about 7 years ago.
Over 1000 hook ups and NO damage to the hook set at all on these hooks.
But we can not seam to locate the manufacture. ANHYWHERE!
We have about 20 hooks that are used every day for the past five year on our charters.
I really hope you can help locate the manufacture.
we have tried every one.
Thank you so much and we love your magazines.
I didn't see the name of the manufacturer, but they have those exact same rigs, with the Hays hook, at Grand Slam Tackle in Jupiter, Florida... for what that's worth. They may be made by QuikRig, given that QuikRig manufacturers the Hays hook... and I seem to recall that Grandslam also had those with a southern and tuna hook that looks exactly like QuikRig's southern and tuna hook... so you could try QuikRig's site.
I don't know who manufactures those but we made our own. The hook, cable, and crimps are easy to purchase in various sizes and can be made for a large variety of lures. One thing to consider is cutting the stainless cable. If you don't have a very good cutter the cable can frey at the ends. We'd make the same style of hook arrangement with 3 or 4 ft. of leader cable, even longer for large marlin lures. We'd hit a lot of Wahoo (King Mackeral) and they have very sharp teeth that would cut the mono. Of course the marlin go crazy with the bill and spinning and fighting so the ss cable can help.