Luck ''E'' Strike Bass Magic Belly Weight Hooks
Uniquely designed hook with a weight that sits firmly against the body of bait, allowing less resistance and full swim action.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by dab3 swimbait hook I used the 1/8oz hook with swimmin fluke. Great combination for shallow or deep bass. Caught lots of fish. June 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishbag good change love the springs when the worm gets wornout you can bite off a half inch screw it back on.works well March 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by esox21 esox21 perfect swimbait hooks for the money. extremely sharp and heavy duty. screws did rip out the nose of the bait, but what can be expected? the swimbait is rubber and will only last so long. i caught several bass and pike on the same swimbait. no complaints about the hook itself September 1, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by 21farms best swimbait hooks i've tried so far, i've tried the swimbait hooks from eagle claw, lake fork, owner, and mustad and these are the only ones i would buy again. yes, the coils on the baitholder are very close together but i think that's great as it holds onto the nose of hollow-body paddletails even better. the hooks themselves are very substantial and hold a sharp point well although you do need to sharpen them up a bit after taking them out of the package. the bend right past the eye clears the nose of the swimbait nicely (this is where many of the other brands fall down!). the weight is very streamlined and resists snagging on grass and weeds. these hooks ride much closer to the body of swimbaits much closer than other brands. the best thing about these hooks, however, is that they got the angle right for swimbaits...they're perfect for coming back out the back of the swimbait and can be easily skin-hooked whereas the steep angle of some of the other swimbait hooks is too steep for skinhooking. my only drawback is i wish they offered a 7/0 size...i think that would be perfect for 5" to 6" basstrix or similar swimbaits. June 23, 2009
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A:Use the 4/0 in either the 1/8 or 3/16 ounce. The weight will be your choice due to how the bait feels to you. I use both there is not that much difference in them.
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