The innovative design of Gamakatsu®'s G-Lock Worm Hooks locks soft plastics in place allowing anglers to fish heavy cover with less hassle. Featuring a an offset shank, wide gap and incredibly sharp conically needled point, these G-Lock Hooks won’t bend in power situations and stay sharp fish after fish.
better hooks for senkos
these hooks are strong and durable and unlike trokars they will not shredd your senkos.
July 27, 2012
These hooks are extremely sharp. I caught 15 bass in one morning the first time I used them.
May 14, 2012
2/0 down sized?
I ordered 50 of these thinking they would be a direct replacement for last year's 2/0 G-Lock. I should have ordered the 3/0 as these seemed smaller than the hooks I was replacing.
No worry though, maybe it was time for me to downsize anyway. Two of the new hooks have already landed me 5 large mouth, ranging from .75 lb to 5.5 lbs.... Not bad for this early in the season
March 28, 2012
Sharpest hook I ever used!
This is the most sharpest hook I have ever used! It hooks those bass well and works great in heavy cover. Great for rigging all kinds of soft plastics.
March 18, 2012
5/0 is bigger than a 1/0. Single digits hook sizes get smaller as the numbers get larger. ie.. a number 10 hook is smaller the a number 8 hook. however the opposite is true for the "o" series. 1/0 is small than a 5/0. I know it is confusing but hopefully this helps.
Yes the 1/0 is smaller and 5/0 is the biggest in these hooks. I usually use a 3/0 on my plastic worms that are 5-6 inches. You may want a bigger hook if you plan on using plastic worms that are 8 to 10 inches. I hope this answer helps.
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