Gamakatsu Skip Gap Hooks

   

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  • SKU: 1336735

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  • SKU: 1336739

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266412-25
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  • SKU: 1453577

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266414-25
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  • SKU: 1453579

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Gamakatsu®'s tough Skip Gap Hooks are exactly the type of well-designed hooks every soft plastic, dock skipping bass angler has been waiting for. Gamakatsu designed these premium hooks to hold soft plastic baits firmly in place no matter how hard you crack the dock or smack the water with your cast. Made from heavy gauge wire with chemically sharpened points, Skip Gap Hooks offer a wide gap to handle thick tube and stick baits.

Gamakatsu Skip Gap Hooks 4.9 5 51 51
best hooks ever I have tried several hook brands in over fifty years of fishing and the skip gap hooks are by far the best available. You should try them for yourself. November 16, 2014
BEST PURCHASE. THE BEST HOOKS FOR SOFT WORMS, THEY MAKE A WORM LONG LIFE. HIGH TECHNOLOGY DESIGN AND NICE ERGONOMY OF THIS HOOKS. THEY ALLWAYS KEEP THE SOFT WORM IN PLACE EVEN IN HOT WATER. HIGH RECOMENDED FOR SENKOS AND CHOMPERS. July 16, 2014
Great product I purchased the gamakatsu hooks to be used with tube baits and with gulp sinking minnow bait. The hook works great for skipping under docks and holds the bait in place. October 9, 2013
Freaking Awesome I bought these hooks for skipping but discovered they are awesome for rage-tails that I have June 5, 2013
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push point of hook about 1/4 inch into the head of the worm, bringing the point thru the belly then sliding the rest of the worm down towards the eye of the hook until the worm stops on the gap of the hook. At this point then take the point of the hook and insert the point back up thru the worm till almost thru on top side of worm, this makes it weedless.
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The same way you would a normal hook, the bend cloest to the eye of the hook will keep the lure in place , when you push the hook through the body of the lure make it weedless by putting the tip just under the skin .
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After tying hook using a Palomar knot, stick barb thru center of head of worm from front to rear, turn and push thru exterior of worm, pull thru so that worm hides eye of the hook, bend worm slightly toward front of worm and push barb into the worm so that it just barely covers the point of the hook...be sure the worm hanfs straight!
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Insert hook into head of worm and bring out about a quarter in and slide worn up to eye of hook. Spin hook and measure where it will sit in worm and reinsert there. Barely bring hook out on other side which is tex exposed. Slide all the way through and you can skin hook it to make it weedless.
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