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Bass Pro Shops XPS Swim Bait Hooks

   

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3/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW3018
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 1600713

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5/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW5018
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 1600716

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3/0 - 3/16 oz.

Black Nickel

3

Model:
SW30316
  • $4.49

  • 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
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 1600718

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Our weighted Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Swim Bait 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.

Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Swim Bait Hooks 4.1 5 16 16
Swim Bait Hooks One of my favorite hooks offered from bass pro, I load mine up with worms weedless Texas style & jig them across the bottom for strikes from the boat. August 12, 2012
great hooks These are great in the saltwater. I first used these hooks with Berkley Gulp shads and was very impressed. I used to use Strike King jig heads (which are also wonderful) but swithed to these hooks because they hold the bait upright, can be used to rig up soft plastics weedless with relative ease, and are great for bouncing a jerkbait of off the sandy bottoms in my favorite fishing holes. I use the 5/o size, so I get a lot of bites that don't produce catches, but when I get a catch it's a fish worth catching. My one and only complaint is that the hooks are almost too sharp, and I've had a couple of the points bend over if it catches on underwater obstacles. June 18, 2012
Don't buy the 5/0 hooks The 3/0 hooks are fine. When you can buy them on sale it is a bargain. The spring locks could be better however. I like the Owner spring locks. They can be purchased separately. The 5/0 hooks are so thick it is very hard to penetrate the mouth of a big bass. Buy Tokar, Owner or Mustad spring lock hooks in the 5/0 size. April 15, 2012
a n excellent hook for swimbaits These hooks are a must for any swimbait used, when you twitch it then let it rest , the bait sinks slowly a few inches, then twitch again, the bait shoots off in a different direction. great hooks May 24, 2011
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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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