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O-Wacky Tool Replacement O-Rings

   

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Replacement O-Rings for the O-Wacky Tool. 25 pack.

O-Wacky Tool sold separately and can be found through item search at number 1388621

O-Wacky Tool Replacement O-Rings 4.8 5 35 35
Must have for Wacky Rig perfectly and tightly slips over any senko style worm.... helps preserve your worms, this is truely a must have for anyone who uses wacky rig. dont ever hook the worm again, just hook the oring and save yourself a ton of $$$ in worms lost September 4, 2012
Great quality Cant really say to much about rubber o-rings but they work great. Haven't had one break yet. I'm still my 1st package. I reuse them until I end up getting snagged and breaking off. August 20, 2012
Good These work great. Get the wacky o tool and your ready to go. August 15, 2012
money saver These rings allow you to fish wacky style and use one bait nearly all day. Before, the worm would be torn from the hook almost with every catch. August 9, 2012
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Will these be too big for a 4" worm? I have tried other rings that are a little too big and the worm just ends up falling off.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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should work perfectly, it fits very snug on a 5" worm which is the same diameter

these o rings appeared too small for a 5" senko at first, but with a little stretching it fit nice and snug

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They come in small and large. You want the smalls for the 4"
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They will. Place hook into the worm not just the ring. Also try stic kos and save $$$$. They can be used on 3 or 4 times more fish than Garys.
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no. 10 I believe
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You would have to buy an o-ring that is size 1000 to make this thing work. The point is a blunt as a #2 pencil.
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What size o ring?

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Can anyone tell me the dimensions of the actual o ring? Like inner diameter, etc...
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the size or the o-rings are a size 10
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no, you need small, metal split-rings for that.
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I would not recommend it as they will brake off with your typical aggressive Bass.
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I WOULDN'T TRY TO USE THIS FOR ADDING HOOKS. THEY WOULD SNAP.
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No - these hooks are made of rubber.
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I keep reading they are made for senko worms, but will these o-rings fit on something like a Jackal FlickShake or other "skinny" worms?
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The o rings are too big for small diameter worms like flick shake or trick worms but a small rubber band tripled on the tool will work even better that o rings and cheaper too. Small various color rubber bands that girls use for their hair are perfect.
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I have tried using them on the more narrow worms but the worm often slides out because the rings are too big.
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THEY MAY WORK ON SMALL SENKOS BUT NOT THE BIG ONES - THAT'S ONE OF MY GRIPES. I THINK THEY WOULD WORK WELL ON EVEN ROBO WORMS - THOSE ARE PRETTY SKINNY!!
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These o-rings fit very snug on a 5" Senko and 5" Ocho. They would likely fit a FlickShake, but I haven't tried it.
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No, but don't struggle. The tool works SO much better than trying to put them on without it.
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I think so, I have tried before without the tool but they fit snug enough that it would probably damage the worm trying to work it to the middle.
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I would highly recommend it. It will save you a lot of time and it is very easy. Absolutely necessary?.... No, but it makes life easier.
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You can get O-ring on worm without tool but is 1000% easier and quicker with tool.

Recommend use of tool for ease of use and keep your frustrations down.
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i've been fishing senko's using o rings for about 2 years now. all i do is slip the o ring over my needle nose pliers and open them up far enough to fit the worm through. then i just pull the o ring with the worm through it off the end of the pliers. it never fails
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I HAVE THE TOOL BUT WILL NOT REPLACE IT IF I LOOSE IT. YOU CAN USE A LARGE PEN ENCASEMENT IF YOU CAN FIND ONE TO FIT AROUND YOUR WORMS.
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Not really. But it is a good idea for two reasons. First it is easier and doen't hurt the worm like manually doing it. Also it keeps them handy in your pocket.
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No not at all,i just roll them on in seconds
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Yes - especially if you're fishing with Senkos, or other stickbaits that tear easily. By the time you get them on the bait, you will have likely torn it.

In a pinch, you could probably spray your bait with fish attractant, and it may help the o-ring slide on easier.
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You can use the barrel of an old ball point pen. Take the insides out, unscrew the barrel and use the tapered end. Slide the o-ring on the barrel, slip the worm in the barrel and roll the o-ring off onto the worm.
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