I am just about to finally get out of college and I had a discussion with one of my prof's that is a lawyer. He was talking about the woman who spilled the hot coffee on herself and sued McDonalds for lots of money. The reason she could was that the coffee was in fact too hot. I asked him after class about my question, and it turned out he is a muskie fisherman too. But my question was "Who is to say that hooks on fishing lures could be "too" sharp” Every day you see packages talking about newer sharper hooks. From a law standpoint though, what is sharp enough to catch a fish and still be safe? I sharpen all my hooks when I get them because they can't be sharp enough...but could this be a court case waiting to happen? Should there be a disclaimer on packages...