Charlie Brewer's Slider Heads - Pro Series Spider
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Charlie Brewer's Pro Series Spider Slider Heads run true and upright for excellent bait presentation, hook sets and reduced line twist. The Pro Series Spider Slider Heads' unique design also provides excellent holding power, so your soft plastic holds on tighter and lasts longer. Pro Series Spider Sliders are great for Texas style rigging and have sharp 3/0 Mustad® Ultra Point Hooks.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassmasterer17 Great Hooks!
Ive been using slider hooks for finesse fishing with worms for as long as I can remember. They work just as good, actually even better then a bullet weight and a plain hook. My only trouble is when this product was shipped to my home, all the hooks were out of the plastic package, then I called and BPS sent more, and they were still out of the package. A great product nonetheless though!
July 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by wvsmallmouth the best hooks
i have used charlie brewer slider hooks for years , i use them on tubes (great for rigging weedless) and for worms.
next time you are fishing tubes try these hooks you wont be sorry , they come in several sizes .
February 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jig4Bass A Finesse Staple
This is the Slider head that makes finesse fishing a great technique for any large fish, even 5 lbs. and over. It has sturdy wire that won't straigthen out when the big one loads on (avoid the light wire Slider head unless you don't care about losing anything over a pound).
This hook is sharp and the head really does slide through most cover. It works great with any 4" worm, Slider or otherwise, straight or curly tail. I like the 1/16 size normally, or 1/8 when the wind is up.
A Slider worm on a light Slider head is also a great search bait technique to probe cover until you find where the big guys are holding.
November 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by UltraLightBass Great
These work great with 4" slider worms or any other smaller worm. Make sure you don't use them with fat worms the gap is not that large. They catch tons of fish and don't get hung up on weeds, rocks or brush.
May 28, 2010
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