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Gamakatsu® EWG Worm Hook

   

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Bill Dance uses Gamakatsu hooks exclusively.

A long time favorite of serious bass fisherman everywhere, Gamakatsu’s EWG (Extra Wide Gap) Worm Hook is hands down one of the toughest worm hooks on the market. Designed with an offset shank, extra wide gap and incredibly sharp, conically needle honed points, these hooks won't bend in power situations and stay sharp even after getting drug across rocks all day. Perfect hooks for virtually any soft plastic bait application, dead sticking Senkos, pitching beavers and Texas or Carolina rigging big worms. Available in red to provide a little extra strike enticing edge when you're chasing lethargic bass.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 240 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great worm hooks! These are the best hooks out on the market period. Super sharp, nice barb-have yet to miss a fish. September 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not only for freshwater I use these hooks for a very soft presentation when the saltwater flats are smooth as a sheet of glass. I can make a cast and feather the spool to allow the small soft plastic bait to enter the water without a splash or any sound to spook redfish. Captain Jim August 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sharpest hooks out there Always a quality product. Never had an issue and been using them exclusively for years. July 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best all around hook for soft plastic. My favorite go to hook for anything to do with soft plastics. It can be used for wacky worms to Carolina rigs and it Gamakatsu sharp. July 12, 2014
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4 inch worm

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I was wondering what the best size would be for a 4 inch senko.
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I use 2/0 Gammy EWG hooks for 4" Senko worms rigged Texas.
Use 2/0 Gammy Finesse hooks for 4" Senko rigged Wacky.
If you step up to a 5" Senko use 3/0.
Gammy = Gamakatsu
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A 2/0 EWG Hook is best for a 4" Senko per manufacturer.
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Which would be the correct hook size with a Zoom Tiny Fluke?
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I would use a 1/0 or maybe a 2/0 epending where you want it to stick in the bait!
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2/0 should do the trick.
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Depends on your application?? Different hooks are for different applications.
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What are you using the hooks for?
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Do you mean size 4 or 4/0? Size 4 is a very small hook for very small plastics. A 4/0 hook will manage any soft plastic application including monster 12" worms. I like offset style EWGs instead of sickle shaped or round bend or long shank O'Shaugnessy style hooks. My worms work more naturally with the offset EWG and make for a straighter presentatation.
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Gamakastu are sharper.
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The material of the gamakatsu's is much more durable! You are less likely to have a hook straightened out by larger fish.
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Yes there is a difference. Gama hooks are sharper and I tend to lose very few fish. Gama is worth the extra money in my opinion.
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Yes. A BIG difference in strength. The BPS hooks don't stand up ... and I'm usually a big fan of BPS products.
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I tried both, I feel the gamakatsu are much sharper
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I use both regualrly; and both are excellent!
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I use Gammy 4/0 for Zoom Flukes, some of my friends use 5/0.
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try 3/0. They work well for me with 5" senkos
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4/0 or a 5/0 should work fine.
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4/0 or 5/0 hooks work best for largemouth bass.

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works with both But I usually use a 4"
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4/0 or 5/0
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Ive used 4/0 & 5/0. Both work well
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Yes, I use Gammy 4/0 EWG hooks for soft plastic frogs such as the Zoom, etc.
You can skin hook them slightly go make them more weedless.
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yes. I would use 3/0 if you use the bigger frogs and 2/0 for smaller.
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A lot of thehigher end frogs actually use gamakatsu hooks!
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Only use frog hooks for the best hook set.
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Yes. I have used the 5/0 with Stanley Bull Ribbits with great success.
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There great for topwater frogs
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you should really use a hook designed for a top water frog that has 2 hooks. If you use this one, your frog wont lay flat on the water
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size 4/0 ,5/0 ,6/0
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DEFINATELY a 5/0 hook! I use the 10 inch Ole Monster myself and the 5/0 works well. If the fish are tearing the worm in two pieces, run your hook into the body a littler further and set the hook in the body about midway. Ithis usually corrects short striking and still lets the worm have action. Usually the fish will let you know what they want.
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I like your thinking. Large worms catch large bass. I do the same. 4/0 and 5/0 hooks work best for largemouth bass.

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i use a 3/0 hook for 10 inch worms it seems to work very well. i have had no trouble with the hook not holding the worm.
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i use either 5/0 or 6/0 hooks
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I use 4/0 Gammy, and sometimes go to a 5/0 depending on the worm.
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6/0 or 7/0 hooks
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Gamakatsu Vs. Trokar

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Which hook is better the Gamakatsu EWG or the Trokar EWG. Trokar is surgically sharpened, is it worth it?
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gamagatsu all the way, trokars are way too expensive and they dull very quickly. gamas ive lost in trees and rock piles in the spring and a month later i got it back, tied it up and landed a nice bass perfectly hooked
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Trokar looks gimmicky too me. I use Gamakatsu hook all the time and they rock!
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What did poor old Bill Dance, Roland Martin, Rick Clunn or Jimmy Houston every do before Trokar hooks came along? If you have a good sharp hook It's gonna stick in their mouth.
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Gamakatsu is sure a sharp hook, but I think Trokar is a little sharper. Only problem with it though is that it costs 10 bucks for a pack of them and they don't even make trebles or other nice hooks that Gamakatsu has made for years. Go with Gamakatsu, they are cheaper and have the same specks as Trokar. Gamakatsu's are all I use.
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I Trokar is sharper... BUT! if you end up losing a hook, youre gonna pay more in the end. Gamakatsu is still very sharp and a tad cheaper
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All I use is Gamakatsu. Ask yourself how sharp a hook really needs to be? Have you felt how sharp the Gamakatsus are? Anyone who says that their hooks are "surgically sharpened" are going to lure in a lot of people but all they are going to do is waste their money.
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I have never used the trokar but I do use the gamakatsu and have never had a problem. It is the only hook I use. I haven't needed to try any other when this one works great.
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Just want to know whether the red finish affects how the bass bite.
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On the Potomac, the water is always stained, so I have not spent much time fishing the red hooks. I do use them as trailers.
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I have red on my trebles and black on the worms. The red seems to make a huge difference
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Fished with the red finished hooks at Lake El Salto in Mexico. Used both red hooks on rat-l-traps and with lizards. Bass hit them hard, every time. The red finish definitely doesn't hurt.
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This really comes down to preference. Which ever one you think will give you more confidence you will fish it better. The red is supposed to resemble an injured bait fish. But if you have confidence in it you will fish it better and get more bites.
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i just stick with black. little to no difference with the red in terms of bite and the red paint chips off very fast and hook turns gold.
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well, good question, some speculate it makes a diffrence, and i have found it can either increase the bite by a small amount if you are going for a certain bleeding look, but it can also turn the fish off sometimes.....i honestly recommend sticking with the regular silver finish
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Make sure that you select the correct size and type for what your application calls for to begin with and they are a very sturdy hook.
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Yes. I use them for small sharks in the surf. They are very strong, very sharp. In my experience, they hold up to fish well over 20 pounds, so I'm sure they'll be strong enough for flounder. Just be sure not to go to large.
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these hooks are very thickand durable
i dont usem for flunder but they will work easy
ive caught floundrer 12 inch and rigged for my dad 16inch andthey were just eaglkeclaws and they handle flounder
so these wont bend a bit
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