Mustad UltraPoint Grip-PIN Swim Hook

   

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The Mustad UltraPoint® Grip-PIN Swim™ Hook utilizes a no-slip, no-slide design to hold bait securely. What's more, its grip-pin won't tear your plastic. This chemically sharpened, Nor-tempered hook features an Opti-Angle Needle Point, a straight shank, and a Black Nickel finish.

  • No-slip, no-slide design
  • Opti-Angle Needle Point
  • Chemically sharpened
  • Nor-tempered
  • Straight shank
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So it's supposed to be good at keeping your bait on the hook. How is the pin used?
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 - Western WA State / SATX
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the part number is "XPSKS" you'll see the hook end snaps on the eye of the hook. just be careful screwing the spring into a smaller lure. center it well and it'll work great! smallest I have used this setup on is a ZOOM Mag Shakey Head Worm. just have to center it right. won't lie to you, took me a couple times to get it right.
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Hi, here is a video found online that show you how to connect this to your bait: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dX09SYV4gzo. The pin is not any different than rigging any other Texas rig hook. Just start the hook point end 3/16 of an inch or so, run it all the way over the pin, and then turn it to look the plastic bait in place.

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