Gamakatsu® Hooks - G-Lock Worm

   

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NS Black

6

Model:
204410

2

NS Black

6

Model:
204409

4

NS Black

6

Model:
204408

1/0

NS Black

6

Model:
204411

2/0

NS Black

6

Model:
204412

3/0

NS Black

5

Model:
204413

4/0

NS Black

5

Model:
204414

5/0

NS Black

5

Model:
204415

1/0

NS Black

25

Model:
204411-25

2/0

NS Black

25

Model:
204412-25

3/0

NS Black

25

Model:
204413-25

4/0

NS Black

25

Model:
204414-25

5/0

NS Black

25

Model:
204415-25
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.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hooks These are the best hooks for a wacky rig senko,...they fit perfect in the flat/straight side of the hook. November 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product These hooks are super share and super strong, a tube bait is the hardest soft plastic to rig due to finding the right hook with this hook a tube bait can easily be rigged November 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweet Sharpness It's a Gama-K, nothing else to say one of the best hooks on the market in my opinion, sharp, sharp, sharp.....be careful. October 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by better hooks for senkos these hooks are strong and durable and unlike trokars they will not shredd your senkos. July 27, 2012
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i fish lots and mean loot hydrilla so i want your help
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Yes, i fish 6in worms on size 4/0...works great
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Yes, it would.
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A 3/0 or even a 4/0 would probably work good for you in this situation if you are mainly using your soft plastic Texas rigged.
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5/0 is bigger than 1/0.
here's a list of common sizes from smallest at the top:
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5/0 is the biggest. I suggest going with the 4/0 hook. It isn't humongous like the 5/0 and can be used in most worms and tubes.
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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.
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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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5/0 is the largest.
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