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Featuring a super needle point, a camo green finish and a Flex Nylon Weedless guard, Owner®'s rugged Weedless Wacky Hooks are perfect for down shooting natural baits and soft plastics for bass suspended in heavy cover. These Weedless Wacky Hooks are designed with a sharply angled bend to allow wacky style rigged worms remain in their correct position for a more natural, enticing presentation.
It's a wacky rig ...
and works great. Senko's are a staple on the Potomac River and this hook does the job.
July 17, 2012
Best Wacky Worm Hook
Using with a BPS Fineke bait - perfectly weighted for slow fall for this bait. Super sharp and penetrates bass' jaws with moderate hookset. Way better than the Gamakatsu Wide Gap finesse hooks for wacky worming. If I could make one change, I'd make the guard out of heavier fiber material and maybe more than two strands, but still pretty weedless.
July 13, 2011
Great for Wacky Senko
These hooks work very well. I use them on a regular basis for wacky rigging (senko's mostly) shore fishing my local lakes. They will occasionally snag in heavy cover, but the increased catch rate more than compensates. I tried this recently to wacky rig some fin-s fish and it worked great! I tried the metal spring weed guards before I tried these and I found the hook up ratio much higher with these. I would like to see these in larger sizes as well.
March 18, 2011
I have used these hooks for 2 seasons now. i use them when rigging my wacky worms. I use a Zoom Trick Worm, nail weight in the nose and this hook. Once the fish gets this hook in their mouth, there is no letting go. I have never lost a fish while using these hooks.
March 12, 2011
I am not aware of a hook size chart. I can tell you that I use the size 2 or the 1/0 depending on where I fish it. I normally use the size 2 when fishing around heavier cover and the 1/0 when fishing in relatively open water.
LRoy, Unfortunately, hook sizes are not standardized between brands. However, for dropshotting, Neko rigs, and wackyworming, you can't go wrong with a size #1 or #2 if planning on nose hooking or using an o-ring.
I use the 1/0 size. Still might seem small to many but it works well despite the small size. I recommend you try the O ring method with it to increase the gap of hook/plastic. I've used many hooks on wacky setups and this one seems to be all around best.
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