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Owner Phantom Tube Hook

   

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1/0 - 1/16 oz.

Black Chrome

5

Model:
5153-011
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 955422

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5/0 - 3/16 oz.

Black Chrome

4

Model:
5153-034
  • $7.29

  • SKU: 1322957

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Owner®'s Phantom Tube Hook™ features a unique weighted system designed specifically for rigging tube and hollow baits weedless. This system places the weight inside the tube, making a bass less likely to drop the bait. When properly rigged, the Phantom Tube Hook is completely weedless. Additional features include a 45° eye bend, short shank, huge wide bite and Cutting Point®.
Manufacturer model #: 5153.

Owner® Phantom Tube Hook™ 4.4 5 10 10
Great Tube Hook This hook by Owner is very easy to rig and it makes the bait super weedless in all types of cover. Since the weight is inside it gives the tube a different action and allows you to actually use a tube like a jerkbait if you want to. I have caught a lot of fish swimming a tube and jerking it along with this hook. It darts around in different directions and then when you let it fall its just as erratic. The hook up percentages are pretty good as well, but depending on the thickness of your tube you may have to bend the hook out slightly to make it perfect. March 27, 2012
outstanding product very easy to skip tube under dock or structure.variable retreive methods.great with 8# test line. February 4, 2012
Best Tube Invention Ever I use tubes on the Nolichuckey River to fish for smallmouth bass, The problem lies in the fact that when fishing in a river, you are going to get hung up and lose a lot of lures. These tube hooks make the tube weedless an almost virtually unable to hang up on the bottom. The hooks are easy to rig and are the best tube accessory that you can buy if you fish with a tube. Try these hooks, you will not be disappointed. May 3, 2011
Weight issues The idea is good, but the weight interferes with hooksets. Using different materials might help to decrease the size of the weight so it doesn't get in the way as much. I would also recommend a heavier selection of weights for the 5/0 hooks. April 14, 2011
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Insert the hook through the open end of the tube, then pull the weight all the way to the nose of the tube. Next, bend the tube and place the hook through both layers of the tube. The hook should now be completely weedless.
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You thread the hook through from the opening in the bottom of the tube and then out through the top, leaving the weight inside. You then rig the hook texas -style to make it weedless.
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I've used these hooks before, and they work great, but the rigging instructions are strange at best. You put the hook through the back of the tube (where the legs are), bring the hook point out through the head of the tube, and follow with the rest of the hook., leaving only the weight inside the tube. A major disadvantage in this form of rigging is it can't be done if the hook is already tied on to your line. You also can't re-rig a new tube without cutting the hook off your line first.
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the same way you do any other soft plastic
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