Owner Rig 'N Bass Hooks - Models 5137/5337

   

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5137-091
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  • SKU: 326319

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5137-101
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  • SKU: 326320

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5137-111
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  • SKU: 326323

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  • SKU: 326328

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5137-131
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  • SKU: 326329

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5137-141
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  • SKU: 425067

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5137-151
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  • SKU: 425069

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These Owner® Rig 'N™ Hooks are engineered with a short shank and huge wide bite with open gap making them ideal for Carolina, Texas and split shot rigging short but thick plastic baits such as grubs, jerkbaits and creature baits. The Rig 'N Hook's revolutionary, triple-edge Cutting Point® rides with the point upright in the optimum position for instant, positive hook sets. Black chrome finish provides superior resistance to corrosion.

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This hook rocks, I have tried sooooooo many different hooks and these hooks are the best for weedy Wisconsin lakes. The design allows the hook to flow through weeds without getting snagged by the first bend in the hook. Use with Florida sinker and then any weed any lake any day! August 12, 2014
I forgot how good these are I recently read an article in one of the national bass fishing magazines, going over the different hooks available at the start of this season. The Owner hooks were mentioned and it reminded me of how good these were when I've used them in the past. I use these on a 7' med. rod with heavy Nanofil (purchased at BPS), and throw most of my plastics with one of these. I love the hookset, so confident that the point will penetrate and hold the fish. May 24, 2012
Great Hook If I am fishing a tourney with any plastic this is my choice. Sharpness and strength are off the charts. A little pricey but not as much as others with the same cutting point - that cutting point is the key and it stays sharp even after 6-10 fish and even more. Great product. November 25, 2011
I like this Wide Gap! I had better success with hookups because of the heavy gauge wire. If I keep the point sharp, it out performs all others I have tried. It holds its shape better. June 21, 2011
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I want to try to use those internal weights that let you T-rig a tube, but don't know what size Rig'N Hook to use. The tubes I would be using would be no bigger than 3.25". Most would be 1/16th oz internal weight with a 2.75" BPS Bass Teaser Tube. Thanks.
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Number 2 hook should do it!
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3/0 should work fine. However, the size hook you are currently using with the tubes would work as well. The tube weight will work with most size worm hooks, just needs an offset eye.
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Which would be the correct hook size with a Zoom Tiny Fluke?
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A Zoom Tiny fluke would probably call for a 2/0 hook so that the hook point is far enough back for positive hookups but still within the correct position for the bait to work accurately.
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