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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Swim Bait Hooks

   

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3/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black Nickel

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Model:
SW3018
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  • SKU: 1600713

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5/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW5018
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  • SKU: 1600716

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3/0 - 3/16 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW30316
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  • SKU: 1600715

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5/0 - 3/16 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW50316
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  • SKU: 1600717

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5/0 - 1/4 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW5014
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  • SKU: 1600718

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Our weighted hook is made to enhance the performance of today's soft plastic swimbaits and features a handy spiral keeper that holds your bait in line with the hook point for more hook-ups.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worked Great. Great presentation for swim baits. Worked the first time I used them. The bass hit my bait with a vengeance with a twitch and fall action. Always hit on the fall. May 16, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good purchase Perform well and easy to use but a bit expensive!! April 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Swim Bait Hooks I purchased 2 packs of these hooks 3/0 & 5/0. I had only one problem with these hooks and that is the bait holder. Well the bait holder is spring is tight and wouldn't screw into the bait, so I had to adjust the holder buy needle nose pliers and bend and pull it out a little. Once I got it fixed was able to catch several bass on the swim bait minnow I was using with the hooks nice and sharp. April 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Happy with hooks The BPS XPS Swimbait Hooks are super strong and have just the right bend for superior hooking. They lay perfectly to create a totally weedless bait with great hooking power. They hold on after the hook set. I rarely loose a Bass with this hook. The weight is positioned perfectly for Swimbaits. They allow for a nice level swimming action. If I want to fish deeper or use my Swimbait as a jig I just attach a slip sinker to the front of the bait. This setup is great for bridges, pilings and docks. February 4, 2013
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I know it sounds crazy, but BOTH. Gently push the bait onto the screw (the bait should bunch up a bit) while turning the hook. Since I learned this trick, I haven't had the screw come out the side of the bait or a bait come off.
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Screwed it in and using my fingers to hold the bait and not to let the wire come out on the side. In the photo on line the hooks bait keepers looks like they are able to screw right into the head of my swim bait. I have used this type of hooks before and I also have one of those push in types.
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I screw the hook into the Swimbait -- under the chin works best.
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Screw the head on, like corkscrew into a cork.
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Yes, screw the swimbait on to the hook
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screw the bait
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I spin the bait after wetting the insert so it hopefully does not damage the bait or affect presentation.
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You'll need to spin your bait into the screw-lock keeper to secure it on the hook; otherwise, you'll tear the nose of your bait.
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Screw it in. Do not just push. Pushing it will make it easy to fall out. Screw it in slowly and let the screw do the work. Spin the bait or the screw.
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