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VMC Spinshot Drop-Shot Hooks

   

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Black Nickel

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7119SS#1/0PP
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  • SKU: 1845591

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Black Nickel

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7119SS#1PP
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  • SKU: 1845592

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7119SS#2PP
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  • SKU: 1845593

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7119SS#4PP
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  • SKU: 1937295

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7119SS#6PP
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5

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7119SS#8PP
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7119SS#2/0PP
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  • SKU: 2032806

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A seamless approach to drop-shot rigging. The VMC® Spinshot™ hook is the simplest, most effective drop-shot hook to date. It allows for a perfect presentation that puts an end to line twist and improves hookups. The Spinshot’s unique design allows the hook to rotate a complete 360° without twisting your line. It's faster and easier to rig so you spend more time fishing! Features a light, but super-resistant high-carbon steel black nickel spinning system that assures 100% free rotation of the hook with any size lure attached.

  • Eliminates all line twist
  • Faster and easier to rig
  • More natural presentations
  • VMC Spark Point® hook technology
VMC Spinshot Drop-Shot Hooks 4.1 5 49 49
Outstanding!! This is an outstanding product!! I love these - the hooks are brutally sharp out of the box, they work flawlessly and don't tear out of my plastics as I expected. The ONLY reason I didn't give these 5 stars is because the price is kind of steep for terminal tackle. Still, I will buy more. You get what you pay for, and these work well and minimize line twist - even if they take a little longer to rig. July 18, 2013
Amazing hook This item is an excellent idea. I was thinking about doing drop shots but was worried about the tying the knots and the swivel etc...This eliminates the swivel to the hook issue. The line doesn't twist and it held up against 2+ pound small mouth bass. The sharpness of the hook is also great. Setting the hook was easy but difficult to get out meaning it did it's job. One thing I would recommend getting a hook remover as these are small and make it difficult to remove the hook. I would like to see larger hooks though. Not that it didn't do it's job but I would like to use other bait and larger ones at that. If you are thinking about trying drop shotting, get this. It is worth it. May 15, 2012
vmc drop shot hooks to all thats wants to listen these hooks are off the hook completely they work sooo nice no twisting at all makes drop shooting so easy with little effort i totally recommend this product to everyone March 30, 2012
Ultra Sharp These hooks are very sharp. So far I have had no issues with them. I do worry that when fishing from shore, the weight of the worm will pull the hook under the line instead of behind it. Another reviewer mentioned this, and it makes sense. So this might be better for fishing from a boat with a straight down style rather then shore fishing where the line is at an angle. I would think a salted worm would stop that from happening since it floats and therefore would not drop down. January 11, 2015
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2 years, 10 months ago
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You really don't need a photo as rigging is very simple. Hold the hook by the swivel with the point in the up position. This is the position the hook will be in for your drop-shot rig. Tie your drop weight line to the bottom eye of the swivel. Cut the line leaving18" to 20" of line that is tied to the swivel. Now merely tie your main line from your reel to the top eye of the swivel. Add your drop shot weight at the bottom at whatever distance you want your bait to be off the bottom and you are set to go.
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Only use 6 or 7 lb fluorocarbon line with cinch knot .
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your best bet would be to go to You Tube and you can find out how to rig it, and fish it.
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Don't have a photo, but the hook is easily attached to your line. Simply hold the hook with the point up. Tie your line to the top loop of the hook. The bottom loop is for the leader to your sinker. When you've completed tying the system together, the hook will be facing up. If not you've held the hook upside down.
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Rig it as the hook point is up facing the main line. Use a palomar knot to attach a drop leader to the bottom eye of the hook. Length would be based upon the area you are fishing and where the fish are suspended, but usually a 18-24" is a good starting point. I would suggest using a lighter line for the drop leader that way if you snag by chance you may be able just to pull the hook from the leader losing only your weight and drop leader. Then connect your mainline to the top eyelet using another palomar know. Nose hook your favorite dropshop bait and hook up with some fish.
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I use the Palomar knot on the top loop, with an extra long tag end, that I then Palomar knot the weight to.
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This is a question for the ages, everyone has different preferences.. I use a Palomar knot on both ends. I tie the weight on first, then to the bottom of the hook, then the main line to the top.
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Very old question, but maybe it will help someone out one day. I use the palomar knot on the main line, and improved clinch on the tag line. This is primarily because I run braid on my main line. Good luck!
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It mainly depends on the type of line you use. Drop shoters everywhere stick to the palamor knot which is great for braid but personally i use the trilene knot for mono and flouro.
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i use a palomar on the top for strength and a 3 twist cinch on the bottom. that way if the weight hangs i can pull it loose without loosing my hook !
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palomar knot
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I like to use a palomar on the swivel end above the hook and a improved clinch on the swivel end below the hook.
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Palomar know on each eye. Use a palomar to connect your drop leader first. Then another palomar to connect the hook and drop leader to your main line.
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Why didn't BPS just specify the quantity....silly to have to even ask how many!!!
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There are 4 in 1/0 size and larger and 5 in the smaller sizes.
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You get 4 hooks for every thing 1/0 or larger and 5 hooks for the smaller ones.
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They come 4 to a pack
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There are four hooks in the size 1/0. I believe it is five in the smaller sizes.
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There is 5 per package.
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I believe the standard package sizes are 5 per pack on size #2, #1 and 4 per pack for the #1/0 size.
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I use a very small octopus drop shot hook size #6. I dont understand the sizes they have listed for these hooks. Need to know before I order. Thanks.
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a size 4 in the VMC hook would be pretty close.
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I only use # 2 Hooks. I get more hookups.. Most fish are not hook shy they are line shy..
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I would say it is about the same size, I was really impressed with the hook sets I got this past weekend.
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Number 2 hook will be your closest. Although still quite a bit larger than the number 6 but not to worry, Number 2 hook is rather common sized hook on most finesse dropshotting.
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The hook size for this hook is the same as any other hook. VMC Spinshot Dropshot Hooks do come in a size 6 but Bass Pro doesn't currently carry that size.
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