Gamakatsu® Swimbait Hooks

   

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3/0 - 1/16 oz.

NS Black

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296413-1/16

4/0 - 1/16 oz.

NS Black

4

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296414-1/16

3/0 - 1/8 oz.

NS Black

4

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296413-1/8

4/0 - 1/8 oz.

NS Black

4

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296414-1/8

5/0 - 3/16 oz.

NS Black

4

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296415-3/16

6/0 - 3/16 oz.

NS Black

4

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296416-3/16

5/0 - 1/4 oz.

NS Black

4

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296415-1/4

6/0 - 1/4 oz.

NS Black

4

Model:
296416-1/4
Partner your favorite swimbait with a Gamakatsu Swimbait Hook and enjoy a lifelike swimming action that requires you to ready the net. The weighted, wide-gap design the Gamakatsu Swimbait Hooks feature allows swimbaits to fall evenly and dig deep. The metal spring is inline with the super sharp point and works like a swimbait seatbelt—securing swimbaits in place even after a head-on-collision with Mr. Bass.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by can't go wrong with gamakatsu point is very sharp! Design of lead and position of lead makes swimbait slide through the thickest grass! October 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Good plastics hook... Use this for saltwater Calico Bass fishing in the kelp patties with a 6" RoboWorm shad... Kick-butt deadly!!! August 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sharp and strong hooks These weighted hooks are very strong and sharp and will do the job on strong fish. I use 5/0 hooks and 1/4oz on most of my swimbaits. July 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for Frogs The first fish I caught on this hook was an 8 pound Bass using a Stanley Frog and it jabbed him right in the tough corner of his jaw and kept him buttoned up all the way to the boat. June 12, 2013
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What is the best size for a 3" swim bait
2 years, 11 months ago
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For a 3" swimbait with a bigger belly, like the YUM Money Minnow, I'd go with a 4/0. For thinner profile baits, I think you can get away with a 3/0 hook.
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Sorry to say that unless you used super line the hook is to heavy for small baits, suggest another.
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5/0 any weight what I use
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Use the 5/0 hook in either 3/16 or 1/4 ounce size.
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The 5/0 will work good here. The 6/0 will work as well but will hang down below the belly more, which will actually act like a keel.
The 5/0 will also act like a keel but will be a little better in the weeds because it hangs tighter to the bait. Get one each. experiment. different size and weight will affect the action. Wobble and rate of fall will give you options depending on the mood of the fish.
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I use the 5/0 and works really well for me.
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2/0
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Use a 3/0 on the 3" bait and a 4/0 on the 4" bait.
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Whatever size goes about 1/3 to 1/2 the length of the bait.
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Lake fork makes a hook for that bait. I would use that one for optimal action.
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Whatever size goes back 1/3 to 1/2 the length of the bait.
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i would say a 2/0 or 1/0 hooks
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I like to use a 3/16oz or a 1/4oz with a 5/0 if it is too big dont screw the bait all the way to the nose.
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Depending on the size fish that are in the lake I'd usually use a 4/0 or 5/0.
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Same as freshwater. Screw the bait onto the hook holder and pass the hook through the bait.
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I prefer using a bare jig with all of hook exposed.
3 years, 4 months ago
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There are different way to do this depending on the style of fishing. On the package it will show you the ways you can rig each bait. Texas style, Carolina style,etc.
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Lead.
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Lead
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lead
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they are lead weighted
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Yes, it is lead
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They are lead..they have some other alloy for hardness, tin or zinc, but mostly lead.
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Use whichever size for either bait that goes back about 1/3 to 1/2 the length of the bait.
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a 3/0 for a 3.5in and a 5/0 for 5.0in. great bait i just caught 2 bass to day on them .
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I use a 4/0 hook with the Shadalicious. It seems to work well for the fish in my area. You'd only want to go bigger or smaller if the fish are bigger vice versa.
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Yes they work well. Use the Gamakatsu skip gap hook in 5/0.
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They work great on these!
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Work nice!! It is a nice combo.
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It would be a little large and heavy for a zoom super fluke
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I've use them with "Zoom" like flukes, not the actual "Zoom" brand. Worked very well. The key Is to take your time a rig them straight , to get them to run true.
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Use either the 4/0 1/8 ounce or the 5/0 3/16 ounce.
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Whatever size hook which goes back about 1/3 to 1/2 the length of the bait.
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at least a 4-0.
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5/o works great
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The hooks are weighted.
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No, the weight is built into the hook.
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You can use tehm with or without weights.
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No, the manufacturer has balanced the weight by its placement. Adding weight would hinder your baits action.
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You shouldn't need any weights with these, since their is already a weight included on the shaft of the hook. These are meant for rigging swimbaits so that you don't need a weight on your line, because the weight is already on the hook.
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