Gamakatsu® Split Shot/Drop Shot Hook

   

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2/0

NS Black

6

Model:
50412

3/0

NS Black

6

Model:
50413

2/0

NS Black

25

Model:
50412-25

3/0

NS Black

25

Model:
50413-25

1

Red

6

Model:
50310

2

Red

8

Model:
50309

1/0

Red

6

Model:
50311

1

NS Black

6

Model:
50410

2

NS Black

6

Model:
50409

4

NS Black

6

Model:
50408

1/0

NS Black

6

Model:
50411

1

NS Black

25

Model:
50410-25

2

NS Black

25

Model:
50409-25

4

NS Black

25

Model:
50408-25

1/0

NS Black

25

Model:
50411-25
Perfectly suited for windy conditions or turbulent water where it's difficult to keep a tight line, this high-quality Gamakatsu Split Shot/Drop Shook Hook is ideal for rigging small live baits, nose-hooking soft plastics or even "wacky wormin'". Gamakatsu's advanced tempering process ensures a strong, but not brittle hook with a perfectly conical point that is unequaled in sharpness.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 52 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product!!. I have heard that these are the best hooks out there and I will probably use them this weekend to fish for striped bass. October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gamakatsu drop shot hook This is the best drop shot hook that I have ever used . I have tried other brands, but the Gamakatsu brand works the best.This product ,I would recommend to anyone, I think it is one of the best fish hooks made. October 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by THE Drop Shot Hook Always have been a big Gammy hook fan and the same for this hook. Lightweight yet strong and sticky sharp. They cost a little more, but are certainly worth it. Since drop shot hooks run a little small, I find the 2/0 best for large mouth, with a 4" worm - the fish hook themselves.... Get some. June 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A hook that will stick them A bit pricey, but worth every cent. We cry over lost big fish, with this hook the odds move in your favor June 1, 2013
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#1 is bigger. in upward progression 1/0, 2/0, 3/0, etc.
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#1 is bigger
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#4 is smaller. I use size 6 and 4 for all my drop shotting needs
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#4 is bigger
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#1 is bigger. The lower number means a bigger hook.

So ... 4/0 is bigger than 2/0 is bigger than 0 is bigger than 1 is bigger than 4 ... etc.
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The #1 hooks are bigger
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3/0 for large mouth.
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2/0, larger hook sizes seem to prevent fish from swallowing baits and causing harm to the fish caught
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I use a size 3-circle hook
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3/0 short shank.
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I like the size 2 drop shot hooks ... because the point isn't bent in (like on the circle hooks) and they seem to miss fewer fish. I don't use any drop shot though.

I tried some number 4's and felt like I missed a couple more fish ... hard to tell for sure. But the size 2 are working great for me.

Do you use an o-ring - they're a great way to prolong the life of a senko for all day long...
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size 1 0 works will for me
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1/0 are the best
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I am ordering online. It would be simple if I were in the store. Need a little help here.
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2/0 smaller, 4/0 bigger. the bigger the # i.e. 10 the smaller the hook . The smaller the# i.e. 1.1/0, 2/0, 3/0 the bigger the hook
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The lower the number on the package the bigger the hook. So a Number 1 hook is Large a number 8 is small
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The 2/0 should be all that you need for worm type baits in the 4 to 5in. range.
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I liv in west virginia and i have never been trout fishing in a stream and i was searching for trout hooks and a picture similar to this hook showed up, so i saw this on basspro and didnt no what to do..help
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Size 6
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Use a size 5 hook drop shot hooks might not work for trout
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No The hooks you need are #12 brozed hooks.
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you could but if you are using dough bait you would need to use a treble hook or a hook with a spring around the shank. good luck!
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