Built to the highest standards to fight the biggest fish in the heaviest cover, the Gamakatsu Heavy Cover Worm Hooks feature a small, compact wire keeper that’s strategically placed for superior holding power. The rock solid welded eye is ideal for tying a Snell knots with braid.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MikeB56 Super sharp and strong
I use these hooks flipping soft plastics into grass beds. Using my Phenix flipping stick I have no problem at all setting the hook, turning the fishes head immediately and getting them into the boat no matter how deep they are buried in the grass.
July 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by mudgdaddy Great hooks, but could use improvement
As far as the hooks themselves go, they are great. They are super sharp, and strong. Once you stick a fish with one there's not much chance of them getting away. As far as the hook keeper goes, it could uses some work. The shrinkwrap tubing looses grip after a while and the keeper will start to slide down the shank. I tried to shink the tubing a little more which worked for a short time, but I eventually ended up burning right through it trying to tighten it up one last time. You can still use the hook even with the keeper loose, it just takes more adjusting more often. If it stayed in place this hook would get 5 stars all day long.
September 28, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by BWISH Stout hook...keeper not so good!
These hooks are very sturdy with the welded eyelet, however; after fishing for a short time the shrink tubing keeper will slide down the shank! This happens on almost every hook unfortunately. I have tried adding heat to tighten them up, and that did not better the situation. My buddy bought several packs at the same time I did, and he gave them all away for the same reason...
August 26, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by boilermaker Another good Gamakatsu hook
You won't be dissapointed when you hook up on a big fish in heavy cover with the quality of these hooks. Gamakatsu needs to have the pin welded on the shank instead of the "shrink tubing". When you snell the hook and catch a couple fish and decide to retie the shrink tubing gets loose and the keeper slides around the hook. They need to take a page from Owner on these.
July 23, 2011