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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.
Best 2 days of bass fishin' in my life over labor day ! right bait at the right time .Tipped with a 4 in. yum dinger.
September 29, 2012
While I understand their attempt to keep this rig lightweight, the swivels used on the hook are not very strong. They bend and bind to easily if you have caught a few nice size bass and I'm not sure it would handle a larger bass. The idea of a swivel is great for fishing weeds and woods because you do get hung up less often. They need to add a slightly heavier swivel and offering 2 or 3 more sizes larger hook size for bass anglers. Would not rebuy this hook until improved.
September 19, 2012
Poor swivel quality
I used the Junk spinshot setup for dropshotting on Sebago lake smallies and this is the worst dropshot product I have ever tried! The swivels bend on the hook set and the fish came unbuckled three times with little pressure on the pull!
September 10, 2012
I read some rave reviews online about this product and bought it. I will not be purchasing them again. The problem is the swivel is too loose in the eye of the hook and this causes the bait to droop down from the slop, also there is twice as much knot tying and therefor a bulkier looking presentation. Overall very dissapointing. Going to go back to standard dropshot hooks.
July 10, 2012
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.
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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