Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Offset O'Shaughnessy Hook

   

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Black Nickel

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XPS7591-1

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Black Nickel

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XPS7591-1/0

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Black Nickel

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XPS7591-2/0

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Black Nickel

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XPS7591-3/0

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Black Nickel

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XPS7591-4/0

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Black Nickel

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PPXPS7591-1

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Black Nickel

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PPXPS7591-1/0

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PPXPS7591-2/0

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PPXPS7591-3/0

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Black Nickel

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PPXPS7591-4/0

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Black Nickel

5

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PPXPS7591-5/0
The Bass Pro Shops XPS Offset O'Shaughnessy Hooks feature the finest quality high carbon steel, with chemically sharpened needle points for easy lip penetration, at a price you can easily afford. The Offset O'Shaughnessy Hooks' design features a longer shank which allows anglers to position the point further back in plastic baits. Ideal for most plastic baits. Available with red or black/nickel finish.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Offset O'Shaughnessy Hook I've used these for years and so far can say I've never lost a fish due to the hooks. October 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Hooks, Great Price I use these hooks and they have never let me down. The red coated hooks last for many hooksets and have never broke or bent. Great value pack. October 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smaller seems to be better. I like to use the smallest wire hooks here in the Northeast. I can't tell you why,but I catch more fish with lite wire hooks. August 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thin, Sharp, Deal Like others have said, thin and sharp enough to rip through your worm EVERY time. I wondered if this hook would hold up to big fish, it will. This hook is the best deal going. This fish was caught with this hook. I use the 2/0. This hook holds big fish and catches small fish. Using a trick worm, I can catch 4+ fish on one worm because it tears up so little of the bait. I just bite off the torn section and move down. Love this hook. May 20, 2011
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What's the difference between the 2? They look very similar. I'm liking round bend style worm hooks more and more over EWG worm hooks because hook- ups are much more efficient. More difficult keeping plastic straight on hook, but hook-ups are effortless with this style hook.
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They are pretty much the same except for offset is just that, there is a bend at the eyelet. I like these better just because it makes it easier to thread the worm on and for keeping the worm straight.
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The O'Shauhgnessy hooks are made for saltwater fishing and are usually pretty stout and can't bend. Round bend hooks that are typically lighter wire can be pulled straight if caught in a snag. In my opinion.
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Is it thin wire

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Not as thin as others but very durable plus the thin wire is more for finesse but I use these hooks on a 6 in handpoured worm and they work great.
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the thinner wire hooks are the ones listed farthest to the left on the chart.
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It's not the real thin wire and its not like an Owner Monster it's right in between plenty7 strong enough and not to heavy
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Its pretty thin wire, but it twists into the nose, and it holds so tight you won't believe it. With it being texas rigged through the back there's no way the hook is getting taken out of the zoom toad by a bass.
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how big is it?

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I just want to know what fraction equals how long
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The fraction is more about the hook gap but the length also increases about a 1/8 inch as you get bigger.
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simply the fraction with a number that is common with both the numerator and the denominator.
For instance, 10/12 can be divided by 2
ergo...(10/2) =5, and (12/2)=6

The fraction is 5/6

Now how long can be measured in time, inches, miles, feet, etc.
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