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The Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Magna SuperLock Hooks are made from the finest quality 3X-strong high carbon steel, with chemically sharpened needle points for easy penetration. The Magna SuperLock Hooks feature a special bend which works to hold a variety of soft plastic baits in place, wider gap for solid hook sets and sharp needle points which stay sharp cast after cast.

Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Magna Superlock Hooks 4.6 5 102 102
Magna Hooks Very satisfied. Used hundreds of these hooks in the past. Very strong. September 12, 2012
Great hooks, Great Value! I mainly fish with Gamakatsu ewg Superline hooks, but I recently ran out and gave these a try. The XPS Magna superlock are essentially the same hook. They are sharp, tough and inexpensive. Seriously a great value! August 15, 2012
better value than the gamagatsu's bought these hooks over the gamagatsu's because of the price, 25 hooks for less than 8$ or 20 gatsu's for 16$. Hooks are just as strong and sharp only problem i've invested so much into the gatsu's would rather fish these hooks so i don't loose the gatsu's. August 14, 2012
Good product Can't do much wrong with hooks. I use them to texas-rig soft worms and they work great. As other reviewers have said, some of the red does come off the hooks but that is ok. I mean, for the price, you can just buy more. July 25, 2012
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I use Gama's EWG and I'm looking for a cheaper option. I'm rather new to this type of fishing and I was wondering how similar the shape of the hooks are between these and Gama's EWG. Any feedback is appreciated.
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Pretty much the same. I actually just recently switched from Gamas EWG too and i have not noticed any dropoff in hooksets and they are just as durable I believe. They also dont hurt in the wallet like Gamakatsu does.
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These hooks are of almost equal quality for less. The gap isn't quite as wide if you're using a fatter bait like the rage hog for pitching and flipping but are great with senkos.
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Haven't really found the need to.
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no need to sharpen , will only make hook less sharp
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1/0 hooks are larger and stronger for use with plastic baits.
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I can't give you cm, because sizes vary for all hooks. If that's what you were looking for, I am sorry, and the following answer may seem elementary for your.

The difference between hook sizes, I can tell you.hooks
Basically 1 hooks are smaller then 1/0 (pronounced one ought.)

Hook sizes go like this, A hgih number (without the /0) is the smallest. I think a size twenty eight is the smallest. As the numbers get smaller, the hooks get larger. A size 14 hook is bigger then a 28 but smaller then a 10. Then, with 1 being the hook without an /0 it goes to 1/0 and then proceeds normally with hook sizes corresponding to number sizes. So a 1/0 hook is bigger then a 1 hook but smaller then a 2/0 hook.

Easiest way to think of it is think of hooks without the /0 as being negative numbers and hooks with /0 being positive numbers, if that makes sense.

(there is no hook size 0
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I've found the bigger the better for staying imbedded in the bait and lessening hangups.

I use only the #4 and #5's. But admittedly we use large baits on Okeechobee.
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Size 1-1/0 makes sense
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I use a 3/0 hook, they're just about the perfect size to fit a 3.5 inch tube
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use a 3/0 for that size tube
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A 3/0 is the perfect size for a 7 inch worm. If you are using a 7 inch senko you can move up to a 5/0. A lot of it depends on the bait profile also, a skinny mister twister phenom worm needs a 2/0 or 3/0 hook., but the bass pro stick-o-bait 7 inch senko can be used with up to a 5/0.
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i would use a 4/0 or a 5/0 for a 7 inch worm
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3/0 EWG -- Yes

#3 -- No, a #3 is a baitholder hook. Are you confusing your numbers?
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I prefer 2/0
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yes
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it would work but i'd get bigger
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What is the average color to use?
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Reason would be helpful also..
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I have used both colors with the same results. However, I have read that red signifies wounded prey in the eyes of a Bass. But, as I said, red has not brought in more fish than black. Good luck!
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Don't know why but I catch way less fish on the red. Also the red wears off rather quickly leaving a brass color which I really don't like. Go with black.
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it all has to do with the color of baitfish in your fishin hole
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I use the black nickel or chrome finish in clear water but if you're looking to immitate the look of wounded prey then the red will add that touch of red flash that some folk's/fish desire! I generally use the black nickel.
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BLACK CHROME IS MORE WIDELY USED THAN THE RED . AND POSSIBLY OUT SELLS TH RED HOOK ...100 TIMES OVER. ENJOY YOUR FISHING.
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Is the hook shank offset?

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and, if it is, cna anyone give me recommendations on non-offset hooks?

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The sank is not oss-set
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They are offset.
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yes size 3/0 you can try eagle claw lazer sharp in the same size without the offset they work well
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The hooks are not off-set. I only use straight shank hooks for riging toads and plastics.
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Do a search for "flipping hooks". I'm sure that will help you out.
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is this stainless steel

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They are not stainless.
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no
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not sure dont think so good question
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no, lead
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They are not stainless steel, they are high carbon steel. They are very strong. I've only used them once, I dont know how long it'll take to rust. Nickle plated.
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they're all just different shapes. i like the Bass Pro Shops® XPS® SuperLock Hooks best
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thick gauge wire
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they seem to be stronger apparently
but you know same deal
these are stronger so if your tournmanent fishing may want these
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they are stronger ,i got snaged on a log the other day and with 65lb braid i pulled the boat to the log and unhooked it and the hook was like new the point still sharp and the hook never bent now thats a strong hook and illl will not use anything else.
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I know they are heavier guage wire. I don't know of any other difference. They are nice and sharp.
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I have been very happy using a size 3. I have caught everything from a 2-6lbs and never had a problem.
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I love the 4/0
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i use a size 2 hook
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#3 or 4
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3/0, 4/0 and 5/0 depending on the size of the plastic.
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The selection of a hook size depends on the size of the worm you are using not the size of the fish. Number 3 should work with most 6" plus worms. This is a worm hook designed for the point to insert back into the worm rendering it weedless. When the fish hits you have to do a firm hook set to pull the hook thru the worm and into the fish. They have a Number 4 size that's too big. If you use small worms the Number 2 size might be good. BUT in general I don't like the hook, it has too much curve. See my review.
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The answer varies based on fishing technique and tackle. I use a lot of flukes and straight tail worms like the trick worm. If I had to pick just one hook I would pick a 4/0 Extra Wide Gap superline hook. It is a good all around size and will I have handled many fish in the range you specified. If I have a choice then:

Finesse FL/Tx Rig - 2/0 or 3/0 EWG
Fluke - 4/0 EWG
Weigthless floating worm - 4/0 EWG
Frog - 5/0 EWG
Flipping - 5/0 EWG

Good luck and tight lines
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i use 3/0 xps magna hooks in my lizards,frogs ,sinko's,fluks,everything now when i use the 4in sinko i use a 2/0 xps magna hook they fit better and the rate the lure sinks is perfect ,i use just the hook and plastic lure it sinks slow and the bass love it.it's the stronest hook on the market today in my book and when useing 65lb.braid what ever you hook comes to the boat .
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Depends on cover if your just fishing a sand or rocky bottom stick with a 3/0. IF you have weeds timber and so on id go with a 5/0
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the size of the hook all depends on the size of the worm or soft plastic that you're using. for a 4 inch worm, use a 2/0 to 3/0 hook. for a 7 to 10 inch worm, you can use a 4/0 to 6/0 hook.
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For fish in the 2-5 pound range you can get away with a 3/0 hook. When you start targetting bigger fish you will need to move up in the size of your bait thus needing a bigger hook. I would then graduate to a 4/0 or 5/0 size hook. Remember the bigger the fish the bigger their mouth thus the bigger the hook you will need. It is not feasible to fish a 3/0 hook on a 10 inch worm. A 5/0 on a 10 inch worm covers more length on the worm. Hope this helps and tight lines.
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