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Bass Pro Shops Hook Guard for Weedless Lures

   

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Large - 15 pk

Length: 1-5/8"

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  • SKU: 343318

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Small - 25 pk

Length: 3/4"

  • $2.49

  • SKU: 343316

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Medium - 20 pk

Length: 7/8"

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Patented design allows you to make your favorite lures weedless in a matter of seconds. The Bass Pro Shops® Hook Guard pushes onto the hook and over the keeper allowing you to put your plastic or live bait on behind it. The hook point then embeds into the end of the Hook Guard.

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Works like a charm Dis-regard the diagram on the package. The picture in the ad is wrong. Use the hook to pierce a hole thru the flattened end where the dimple is. Push the hook thu far enough past the barb of the hook to get your line under it and pull it back so the guard is threaded on your line. Tie on the jig then slide the guard down the line over the eye and slip the other end over the barb of the hook so its in a straight line. I've done very well with these.The large size is effective on large buzz baits. Just keep in mind a straight line from the barb to the top of the hook. I also fish a single hook live nightcrawler rig with just enough weight to get past the bluegills. I use this with a Spirex 1000 spinning reel and 6lb fire line( 4lb is difficult for me to see) leave the reel open let them run about 6 feet lock it up set the hook. If after about 30 seconds no strike pull with the rod about 4 to 6ft retrive at a time. Just keep opening the bail. A small amount of air injected in the tail end of the nightcrawler helps too-Good Luck June 28, 2008
good product A friend had some of these that he let me try while crappie fishing in heavy brush last year. They really worked well. A lot fewer hang-ups and still managed to get a few fish. I purchased some for myself this year. February 1, 2015
Order the Large This is a useful product. Whatever length you think you need, order the LARGE. I ordered MEDIUM, received a packet marked MEDIUM but containing hook guards that were the size specified for the SMALL -- 7/8 inch. BPS was very courteous to replace them, but the ones in the second package, also marked MEDIUM, were also only 7/8 in. long. Then I asked them to ship LARGE, I could not make the "too short" ones longer, I can cut off the "too long" ones to fit. The ones in the packet marked LARGE were in fact 1 5/8 in., as the catalog specifies. August 9, 2011
best thing since sliced bread we use these guards for crappie fishing. i have tried every kind of weedless jig out there. these have been the best ever .we fish very tight brush and have very few break offs. they are very tough. i have caught several crappie at a time before i have to change it out to a new one. coupled with a bobby garland baby shad i usually go through 2 baby shads to one stick guard. March 21, 2012
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3 years, 4 months ago
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shaky head jig
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weedless jig head with a split tail plastic body. This split tail was very common with using this on a spinner bait.
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Like with a super fluke and a simple ball jighead? Are they big enough?
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I would say NO because they have shortened the length. Before ,maybe, but not now.
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I have never tried one of these on a super fluke (I imagine they would work) but they are big enough for a ball head jig
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yes, they are big enough for most applications
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This product is specifically for teble hooks so that other types of hooks are not suitable.
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what are these made out of?

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I'm asking b/c I also do salt water fishing in addition to fresh water and I was curious if the salt would affect the performance.
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I fish in brackish water year round. I have not had any problems, as long as the hook does not rust.
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These are made of a soft plastic material and hooksets should not be a problem. Saltwater should not affect this product any more than freshwater but don't quote me on that!
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there made of a pretty hard rubber and u should have no problem using them in a slat water situation i would just dry the hooks well before putting them on bc they will hold water inside of them and will rust the hooks fast
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The material is a soft plastic similar to plastic worms. Salt should not be a problem. Toothy fish may be a problem,however.
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