Bass Pro Shops® Vertical Drop Hooks

   

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3/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black

5

Model:
VDB-183-5

4/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black

5

Model:
VDB-184-5

3/0 - 1/8 oz.

Red

5

Model:
VDR-183-5

4/0 - 1/8 oz.

Red

5

Model:
VDR-184-5

2/0 - 1/16 oz.

Black

5

Model:
VDB-162-5

3/0 - 1/16 oz.

Black

5

Model:
VDB-163-5

2/0 - 1/16 oz.

Red

5

Model:
VDR-162-5

3/0 - 1/16 oz.

Red

5

Model:
VDR-163-5
With the Bass Pro Shops® Vertical Drop Hooks, the center of gravity has been moved forward to give your bait a distinctive look on the drop. Made with Gamakatsu EWG hooks.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gamakatsu / Bass Pro drop hooks Excellent hook for weedless soft plastic presentations. Hook set is almost automatic with the wide gap design. I fish a lot of grass flats for red fish and speckled trout with z-man, gulp and d.o.a. soft plastics and this set up allows me to control the depth and allow me to fish in the weeds and grass with no problem. Best i've found. October 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass Pro Shops® Vertical Drop Hook Review The vertical drop head hook is a necessary tool for those extra finicky fish who need most ideal presentation before striking. The hooks are well designed and machined. THey come with Gamakatsu EWG hooks. September 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well Designed After using these hooks I really like them. They are perfect for smaller swimbaits such as the Zoom swimmin super fluke, Yamamoto swimin senko, and the Big Bite Baits Cane Thumper. I've had great hookup percentage with them and they hold the bait perfectly without altering the action. February 22, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Many lost fish I have been using these hooks exclusively for a year now, they work great on swimbaits, worms, etc. I have had a huge percentage of lost fish, did some research and it seems the pros recommend straight shank looks for a higher hookset rate. The hooks make the bait swim flawlessly, but don't be surprised when the fish magically spit the bait after a long fight. October 2, 2011
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The sizing (going smallest to largest) goes in the pattern

5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 1/0, 2/0, 3/0, 4/0, 5/0

so 1/0 is the smallest of the /0's (called "aughts")

but 1 is the largest of the single digit numbers.

The single digits are always smaller than the /0 (aught) sizes
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A '1' is always smaller than a '1/0', so '1' is smallest and goes up from there.

Personally, I would use a 3/0 or 4/0 on 5" to 7" plastic and a '1' or '2' on 4".
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1 is a big hook i perfer a 3 or a 4 usually a 4 i would go with the BPS xps superlock worm hooks
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How do you rig these hooks and not tear up the bait? What type of bait should I be using?
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Best Texas rigged in our opinion. You need to select a soft bait that is wide enough to withstand the rigging process. It'll work just fine.
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I have found that the Yum Ribbontail worms go well with this hook due to the size of them. I use a Texas rig and bounce them off the bottom. I have caught many 2-3 pound bass on them from the shore line.
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I use the Zoom flukes. Poke the eye through the nose of the body. Measure the body length on the hook and rig the body straight as possible. The body should be a straight line when done.
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I use these with a 10 inch worm and rig it the same way I do with any other hook.It looks as if it would tear the bait up but it does not and they hold quite well.
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depending on what brand you prefer on swimbaits i assume your talking about. well i use a bit of either water or yum fish attractant in either shad or crayfish to went the bait and the hook to make it easier to slide through the nose of the bait rigging it weedless pulling it all the way up on the hook turning the hook around and pulling ti through the body of the bait and skin hooking it on the other side and you ready to roll
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