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Bass Pro Shops XPS Hook Keeper Springs

   

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Rig it right and reap the rewards! The Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Hook Keeper Spring snaps onto your hook to keep pork or a plastic trailer in the proper position.

  • Snaps onto your hook
  • Keeps pork or plastic trailers secure
Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Hook Keeper Springs 2.7 5 9 9
Stupid Product this was the most useless item i have ever bought, it ripped apart my bait putting it on, and is just to big February 6, 2012
As expected. I wanted something to help keep topwater frogs, worms, and creature baits on the hook without tearing them up. This keeper performs as expected. Good product. July 14, 2011
easy This solves a big problem, I was wearing my fingers out trying to make something like this. Makes regular jig heads work just like the expensive ones. April 10, 2011
Corkscrew for soft plastic I am NOT a fan of the coil type keepers. While they do hold soft plastic well , they also can be difficult to insert and do too much damage to the bait after a strike if they pull free. BPS has an excellent swimbait hook (weight near bend of hook), but they use this keeper with it. I have replaced it with the following which keeps well enough without tearing up the bait. I use a small piece of 18 gauge copper wire which I put through the hook eye to form a "V" with the opening facing the hook point. Then, I bend one part of the "V" around the other, adding a few twists to make a "pin" about 5/8" in length. Sometimes the "pin" will pull free from the bait during hook set, but the hook stays firmly in place just like it was a straight shank and doesn't rip up the bait. November 17, 2010
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what metal is this made of?

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I bought some of these a whilw back. It looks like stainless steel.
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