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Bass Pro Shops XPS Octopus Hooks

   

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Black Nickel

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XPSOH-1
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  • SKU: 1644725

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XPSOH-6
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XPSOH-1/0
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XPSOH-2/0
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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
These hooks don't let go Great hooks I use them for everything Catfish Bass Crappie, and Smallies. They hook the fish and the fish can't get away. January 30, 2009
Excellent Quality & Price These hooks have the strength, quality, and hold the sharpness of the tip as well as hooks costing much more. They are excellent when you need a good hook you can depend on when fishing for larger species. These are my go to hook for large catfish and stripers when baitfishing. January 10, 2008
Good Problems The only problem with this hook is that you're busy catching more fish. No joke! Without a metal leader (just mono) and with a smaller profile hook (compared to a regular BaitHolder), you will keep the fish from spooking. They will keep it. They won't spit it out; the bait and the hook tends to migrate further into the fish. With live bait disappearing down the fishes mouth, you'll want to also buy the BassPro hook remover and get good at it. Take plenty of hooks for yourself and your "soon to be" converted fishing pals. Especially great for Leeches, Worms and some baitfish-type hooking methods. June 12, 2010
Good Carp Hooks I use the the #4 brass/nickel hooks for fishing for carp. American suppliers haven't caught on yet that carp fishing in the U.S. could be as big as bass fishing so they don't supply any specific carp tackle for us here. I took a guess on these hooks based on looking at pics and specs of common European carp hooks and these are the right shape to use with the carp hair rigs that I tie myself. March 29, 2011
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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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