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Gamakatsu® Monster EWG (Extra Wide Gap) Hooks

   

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5/0

NS Black

5

Model:
283415

6/0

NS Black

4

Model:
283416

7/0

NS Black

4

Model:
283417
Based on the proven wide gap hook design, Gamakatsu's Monster EWG (Extra Wide Gap) Hooks are large enough for the biggest tube or swim baits and are strong enough to pull the most stubborn fish out of heavy cover. Made form high carbon steel, the Monster EWG's improved shape and super sharp point is in line with the eye to deliver the positive hook setting power trophy bassers require.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Never Miss a Fish I use these hooks for all my weightless swim baits . Once a fish hits the bait he isn't getting off. These hooks are great March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SHARP Extremely sharp product, great design, quality over quantity! May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super Sharp Simply the best hook made…Period. They are super sharp and durable December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by does the job I used the larger hook with the money hound and 50 lb braid. I have fished over cover I wouldn't dream of fishing before and catching monster bass. June 28, 2010
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Besides being used for big bass in heavy cover, would these hooks, particularly the 6/0 and 7/0 sizes, be good to use for soft plastics on pike and muskie?
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I can't imagine that these hooks not be used for any large fish that you want to make sure it is hooked well.
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These hooks are good whenever you are using thicker plastics (e.g., Senko Worms, frogs, tubes, and creature baits). Assuming you are Texas-rigging the bait rather than having the hook point come straight out of the body of the lure, these "Extra Wide Gap" hooks make it easier for the hook point to push through the plastic and hook the fish once he bites.
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Yes they would. I use them for Walleye and they hold up great
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No, it is not, but I have used these with braid many a time with no problem. The hook eye is mechanically pinched down very tight against the shank, so their is little room for the line to get stuck in there. Besides' assuming that you are using a good knot, the knot should stay clear of the bottom of the line eye.
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No, the eye is not welded, and; I also use superlines with this hook and have not had a problem "yet".
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No, it is not. Gamakatsu's super braid hooks are the way to go if you are using heavy test.
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Is the hook shank offset?

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If it is, do you have any recommendations for non-offset hooks?

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Yes, the hook is offset. If you are looking for a straight shank hook, I'd recommend the Owner straight shank worm hooks. The have two small barbs near the line eye that help keep your plastic bait from sliding down the shank.
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To the best of my knowledge all EWG hooks for rigging soft plastic baits..etc..
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between 3/0 and 6/0 hooks
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7/0 straight or curved
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I would use a no.5 or 6 Gamakatsa monster EMG hook.
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I use Gamakatsu EWG Monster 6/0 for fishing the 10 inch Rage Tail Anacondas.
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I use the Gamakatsu round bend offset shank hook in a 4/0 or 5/0 and add a XPS Tungsten weight in the appropriate size. If you have trouble with the worm sliding up the line after a hit,add a Parasite worm clip.
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I use a size 5/0 or 6/0 depending on the thidkness of the worm.
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IMO you should use this hook in the 6/0 or 7/0 size for that size worm. I use the 6/0 for my Zoom Old Monster worms.
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I would use a 4/0 or 5/0 hook for a 10.5 inch worm. It should give you the best results for hookups.
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