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Owner Weedless Wacky Hooks - Model 5172

   

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  • SKU: 1453613

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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.

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Perfect Wacky style hook This hook is perfect for fishing wacky style. The weedless guard works well, and the hook is extremely sharp and has stayed sharp. My favorite plastic worm to use is the Powerbait heavy weight sink-worms. They have a perfect sink rate with this hook. February 7, 2011
Always happy I have use these hooks many times before and find them much to my surprize very weedless and I loose few fish. Roy March 27, 2013
good hook This is a good sharp hook. I used it all summer for my wacky worm fishing. January 23, 2009
effectiveness sofar I used these in the non-weedless design and lost several rigs at same time catching several bass. Was a give and take thing that got expensive for me with the price of these. I switched to the weedless product and I truly believe I found one of the greatest wacky rig hooks out there. I fish heavy timber from shore and 90% of time these glide right over the wood. If you get stuck, back off line a bit and shake lure some. Seems only time I get stuck is between rocks. Couple these with an O ring setup and you have a good, solid rig. I usually use the Yamo senkos with this. I hope this helps. September 15, 2009
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It can be any size you wish, however hooks between 2 and 2/0 I have found to be best
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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.
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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.
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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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I agree this hook looks small but works great. Use it and i promise your wacky rigging will be much easier.
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I can't tell you the size of this hook, but I do know its the right size for wacky worm fishing. I used it a lot this summer and it worked great.
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