Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Magna Superlock Hooks

   

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1/0

Black Nickel

25

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XPSSB-1/0

2/0

Black Nickel

25

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XPSSB-2/0

3/0

Black Nickel

25

Model:
XPSSB-3/0

4/0

Black Nickel

25

Model:
XPSSB-4/0

5/0

Black Nickel

25

Model:
XPSSB-5/0

1/0

Black Nickel

5

Model:
PPXPSSB-1/0

2/0

Black Nickel

5

Model:
PPXPSSB-2/0

3/0

Black Nickel

4

Model:
PPXPSSB-3/0

4/0

Black Nickel

4

Model:
PPXPSSB-4/0

5/0

Black Nickel

4

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PPXPSSB-5/0
The Bass Pro XPS Magna SuperLock Hooks are made from the finest quality 3X-strong high carbon steel, with chemically sharpened needle points for easy penetration. The Magna SuperLock Hooks feature a special bend which works to hold a variety of soft plastic baits in place, wider gap for solid hook sets and sharp needle points which stay sharp cast after cast. Available with red or black/nickel finish.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 117 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality I bought these to use with braid when setting the hook hard. These look like real quality hooks and for the price, you can't beat them. I have not had the chance to use them yet as we are still on the hard water here in Minnesota. Can't wait to get out and start setting this hook into some pigs!! March 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by GQQD Purchase I LIKE The HQQKS... ONLY Thing That Is NOT Of My Likings Is The Size.... I Wanted To BUY It In 6/0 Or 7/0 March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishing hooks very nice hooks. sharp hooks hookups are very good, would recommend these hooks October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by best hook on the market I set the hook harder than Bill Dance. The hooks I used seemed to open up when setting the hook. I would lose 25% of my catch. With my new XPS Magna hook from Bass Pro I don't have this problem. I can pull them out of the thickest pads. I have only good words for this hook, it's the best. August 28, 2013
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2 ought 0r 3 ought.
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For a 3-4 inch worm I would recommend a 3/0 hook, that will give you the best hook-a-bility!!
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I rarely go below 3 for bass and if you're Texas rigging it then that's what I use
If wacky or just going through the nose I'd go bigger
May be just me but I have bad luck with setting small hooks
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The hook size is determined in my opinion by two key factors. The weight/size of the hook and how the fish are striking. If I use a short worm I make a rule to try and use a hook that is at least half the worm length. The only time I change that rule is if I want to use a lighter hook to reduce rate of fall. As a rule remmber that the hook diameter is also important if you are targeting bigger fish. You dont want too small a hook that it will bend and reduce your hook ups.
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I use Gama's EWG and I'm looking for a cheaper option. I'm rather new to this type of fishing and I was wondering how similar the shape of the hooks are between these and Gama's EWG. Any feedback is appreciated.
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I used Gama hooks for years and then switched to BPS XPS Hooks. I have ran a guide service for 26 years and it is imperative that hooks perform well. BPS XPS Hooks are strong and very sharp, the price point is fantastic!! I highly recommend these hooks.
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Pretty much the same. I actually just recently switched from Gamas EWG too and i have not noticed any dropoff in hooksets and they are just as durable I believe. They also dont hurt in the wallet like Gamakatsu does.
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These hooks are of almost equal quality for less. The gap isn't quite as wide if you're using a fatter bait like the rage hog for pitching and flipping but are great with senkos.
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Haven't really found the need to.
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no need to sharpen , will only make hook less sharp
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1/0 hooks are larger and stronger for use with plastic baits.
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 - from Southern Calif. for bass fishing
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I can't give you cm, because sizes vary for all hooks. If that's what you were looking for, I am sorry, and the following answer may seem elementary for your.

The difference between hook sizes, I can tell you.hooks
Basically 1 hooks are smaller then 1/0 (pronounced one ought.)

Hook sizes go like this, A hgih number (without the /0) is the smallest. I think a size twenty eight is the smallest. As the numbers get smaller, the hooks get larger. A size 14 hook is bigger then a 28 but smaller then a 10. Then, with 1 being the hook without an /0 it goes to 1/0 and then proceeds normally with hook sizes corresponding to number sizes. So a 1/0 hook is bigger then a 1 hook but smaller then a 2/0 hook.

Easiest way to think of it is think of hooks without the /0 as being negative numbers and hooks with /0 being positive numbers, if that makes sense.

(there is no hook size 0
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I've found the bigger the better for staying imbedded in the bait and lessening hangups.

I use only the #4 and #5's. But admittedly we use large baits on Okeechobee.
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Size 1-1/0 makes sense
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I use a 3/0 hook, they're just about the perfect size to fit a 3.5 inch tube
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use a 3/0 for that size tube
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A 3/0 is the perfect size for a 7 inch worm. If you are using a 7 inch senko you can move up to a 5/0. A lot of it depends on the bait profile also, a skinny mister twister phenom worm needs a 2/0 or 3/0 hook., but the bass pro stick-o-bait 7 inch senko can be used with up to a 5/0.
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i would use a 4/0 or a 5/0 for a 7 inch worm
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3/0 EWG -- Yes

#3 -- No, a #3 is a baitholder hook. Are you confusing your numbers?
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I prefer 2/0
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it would work but i'd get bigger
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What is the average color to use?
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Reason would be helpful also..
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I prefer black or red.
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I have used both colors with the same results. However, I have read that red signifies wounded prey in the eyes of a Bass. But, as I said, red has not brought in more fish than black. Good luck!
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Don't know why but I catch way less fish on the red. Also the red wears off rather quickly leaving a brass color which I really don't like. Go with black.
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it all has to do with the color of baitfish in your fishin hole
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I use the black nickel or chrome finish in clear water but if you're looking to immitate the look of wounded prey then the red will add that touch of red flash that some folk's/fish desire! I generally use the black nickel.
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BLACK CHROME IS MORE WIDELY USED THAN THE RED . AND POSSIBLY OUT SELLS TH RED HOOK ...100 TIMES OVER. ENJOY YOUR FISHING.
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Is the hook shank offset?

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and, if it is, cna anyone give me recommendations on non-offset hooks?

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It is not offset.
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The sank is not oss-set
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They are offset.
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yes size 3/0 you can try eagle claw lazer sharp in the same size without the offset they work well
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The hooks are not off-set. I only use straight shank hooks for riging toads and plastics.
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Do a search for "flipping hooks". I'm sure that will help you out.
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is this stainless steel

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They are not stainless.
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They are not stainless steel, they are high carbon steel. They are very strong. I've only used them once, I dont know how long it'll take to rust. Nickle plated.
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they're all just different shapes. i like the Bass Pro Shops® XPS® SuperLock Hooks best
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thick gauge wire
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they seem to be stronger apparently
but you know same deal
these are stronger so if your tournmanent fishing may want these
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they are stronger ,i got snaged on a log the other day and with 65lb braid i pulled the boat to the log and unhooked it and the hook was like new the point still sharp and the hook never bent now thats a strong hook and illl will not use anything else.
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I know they are heavier guage wire. I don't know of any other difference. They are nice and sharp.
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