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Bass Pro Shops XPS Octopus Hooks

   

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Black Nickel

25

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XPSOH-1
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1644725

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Black Nickel

25

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XPSOH-2
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1644724

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Black Nickel

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XPSOH-4
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1644723

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Black Nickel

25

Model:
XPSOH-6
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1644722

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1/0

Black Nickel

25

Model:
XPSOH-1/0
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1644726

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Black Nickel

25

Model:
XPSOH-2/0
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1644727

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These Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Octopus hooks are made from the finest quality components!

Bass Pro Shops XPS Octopus Hooks 4.6 5 35 35
Great buy These hooks are great except I wish the shanks were just a bit longer, they are great for setting the hook, extremely sharp wallys usually never get away, when gills are very active they can get the hook kinda deep thats where the longer shank would come in, I have used these about three years and just had 2 more 25 paks delivered, great product. April 17, 2012
Not Sharp These hooks would be 5-star if only they were sharp. Good design and strength, but be prepared to sharpen them before use. Considering that you can buy Owner or Gamakatsu that are "ready to use" right out of the package for a few more $s, not sure these are worthwhile. Definitely not "Engineered for Sharpness" as the package claims. February 10, 2011
Bass Pro Shops XPS Octopus Hooks I bought these as a cheaper alternative to the Gamakatsu hooks of the same style. While these hook are okay they're not nearly as good as the Gamakatsu. They don't seem to grab as well and they come out of the package quite dull. The price was right but the quality was lacking. I'll stick with the Gamakatsu hooks in the future. September 28, 2010
Great deal I just used some rigs tied with these hooks in #1 black nickel. Wow are these things sharp. The circle design hooks fish like crazy. The 2x size stood up to sheepshead teeth and worked well with whiting and stingrays. I need to get some more of these in different sizes. March 20, 2013
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What size for Smallmouth?

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Judging by the ratings of these hooks they should be good. I want to buy some but which size should I use for smallmouth?
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A #4 hook does a great job on the bass here in Florida.
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I have successfully used 1 and 2 size.
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probably a six or #4 hook iff your using worms...when u use a live worm try rigging the worm texas style...w the hook as far back as u can get it....
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i got the 1inch and catches every thing
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No 6 or 8 or 4, don't go too big
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Recommended size?

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Hello. I am willing to buy these hooks, but I don't know what size would be the best for 2-3/4" tubes and 5" wacky worms . Can anyone help me? (I was thinking about 2/0)

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2/o...
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For tubes, I use a 3/0 or 4/0 wide gap worm hook and xps tube weights. I fish wacky style with o-rings using the O-Wacky tool. 2/o is a perfect size with orings. It leaves all of the hook exposed, doesn't weaken the worm, and is surprisingly weed resistant.
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i got a one inch for my wacky worm
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Wacky Worm

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Anybody use these for wacky worming?
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Absolutely ! Have used with and without O - Ring, successfully.
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Yes, all the time. 1/0 or 2/0 with o-rings.
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yes this is what you need for a wacky worm
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yeah, but your better off using something els. the bait has a tendincy to go over the hook and make it almost imposible to get a good hookset.
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