Owner® Offset Worm Hooks - Models 5101/5301

   

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Size
Product Color
Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

1

Black Chrome

6

Model:
5101-101

2

Black Chrome

6

Model:
5101-091

1/0

Black Chrome

6

Model:
5101-111

2/0

Black Chrome

6

Model:
5101-121

3/0

Black Chrome

5

Model:
5101-131

4/0

Black Chrome

5

Model:
5101-141

5/0

Black Chrome

5

Model:
5101-151
  • Offset design
  • Worm-holding 90° bend shoulder
  • Cutting Point
  • Black chrome finish
Owner's Offset Worm Hooks are preferred by many serious anglers because of how easy plastic worms are rigged. The hook's offset design along with its worm-holding 90° bend shoulder ensures worms are firmly rigged, and the Cutting Point® remains sharp for quick-penetrating hook sets. Black chrome finish.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great offset hook for drop shot Light weight hook for soft baits 6" and below when using with a drop shot rig. December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent hooks These hooks are super sharp and can be used to catch several fish before requiring replacement. I like the 1/0 size for Texas rigging Power works and other short, slender soft plastics. June 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by when money is on the line... when money is on the line ( or if your as serious as i am, even when it is not) this is the only hook ill have tied on the end of my line. the owner 3/0 hook is a little thicker than most other hooks, but for a reason, its stronger, and with the cutting point and barb on this hook, its easy to see when you compare side by side to other hooks why owner is tops. i have been useing owner for many years growing up at the reccomendation of my dad, then as i got older i performed tests,seeing how much force to dull, and how much force to bend, so on so fourth and owner came out on top almost EVERY time. i used to use the gatsu' hooks when money wasent on the ...but got to the point where i was re bending alot of hooks, after snagging a tree in 20 foot of water, or going to the lake to catch big cats, because i still use my bass rig to catch cats. i could simply pull to retrieve my rig. witch would be ok to save time on the carolina rig i guess.. but with an owner hook, if i snag a tree, if it dont pop off with in 2 or 3 tugs, i just go ahead and cut it...because you arent going to bend this hook... September 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Favorite hooks of all time Do yourself a favor and spend a bit more money and get some of the strongest, sharpest hooks around. They will last for a long time if you just don't lose a lot. Which is difficult at times. But they come out of the package perfect and as sharp as trokar hooks in my opinion. January 4, 2012
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