Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Wide SuperLock Hooks

   

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Black Nickel

20

Model:
XPSWSLB-1

1/0

Black Nickel

20

Model:
XPSWSLB-1/0

2/0

Black Nickel

20

Model:
XPSWSLB-2/0

3/0

Black Nickel

20

Model:
XPSWSLB-3/0

4/0

Black Nickel

20

Model:
XPSWSLB-4/0

5/0

Black Nickel

20

Model:
XPSWSLB-5/0

1

Black Nickel

6

Model:
PPXPSWSLB-1

1/0

Black Nickel

6

Model:
PPXPSWSLB-1/0

2/0

Black Nickel

6

Model:
PPXPSWSLB-2/0

3/0

Black Nickel

5

Model:
PPXPSWSLB-3/0

4/0

Black Nickel

5

Model:
PPXPSWSLB-4/0

5/0

Black Nickel

5

Model:
PPXPSWSLB-5/0
The Bass Pro XPS Wide SuperLock Hooks are made from the finest quality high-carbon steel with chemically sharpened needle points for easy lip penetration. Larger than our standard SuperLock hook, the XPS wide SuperLock Hooks feature a special bend which works to hold a variety of soft plastic baits in place while the enhanced wide gap promotes solid hook.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Decent Hook They are a decent hook for the money but i had several occasions where I missed fish because the power pro 20# test i use slipped off of the hook because the eye on the hook was not completely closed. Now I only use them only for recreational fishing. I will stick to the Gamakatzu's for tournaments. April 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality and Inexpensive Hooks The BPS XPS Wide Superlock Hooks are very sharp and work very well in a variety of plastic baits. One important observation I have made is that once hooked, I have not lost a bass. The penetration is superior and the superlock is so firm that sometimes it takes a pair of pliers to remove the hook. November 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Quality Control I bought pack of these to try out, I missed several fish in a row and couldn't figure out what was going on, upon inspection of the hook I found that the tip bad been bent down, so I cut the hook off and tied on another and when putting the bait on the hook also had the tip bent down, after going through the rest of the back approx 60% of the tips were bent. Maybe it was just the pack I got but poor Quality Control on this one for me November 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sharp and strong Very good hook sharp and strong worked well the bend seems to hold well and hook sets were deep August 9, 2013
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which size is biggest?

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Hook sizes are 1/0 as smaller to 5/0 and bigger for larger hooks.
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Putting them in order from biggest to smallest would be 5/0 (biggest), 4/0, 3/0, 2/0, 1/0, 1 (smallest).
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5/0 is the largest
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For these worm hooks (XPS Offset Round), 5/0 is the largest size. 1/0 is the smallest.
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Im new to fishing with these hooks and I was wondering, what size hook works best for a 6" Lizard?
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I normally use a 3/0 BPS XPS Wide SuperLock Hook for most plastic baits including a 6" lizard. I push the hook through and then pinch enough plastic over the hook tip so that penetration in the mouth of a bass is easier.
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I would probably try a 2/0 or a 3/0 for a lizard, and Carolina rig it.
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4/0 for bass with a 5-7" soft bait
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3/0
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IT IS SIMPLE.. THE SPACE BETWEEN THE BARB AND THE MAIN SHANK OF HOOK . IF YOU LAY A WORM OR LIZARD ON THE SHANK AND STILL HAVE THE AIR SPACE THE SIZE OF THE WORM OR LARGER THATS THE SIZE YOU USE . GOOD LUCK FISHING
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3/0
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I agree with the 4/0. These run a tad smaller than other companies. The 5/0 is just a tad too big for a Reactions Beaver for example.
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I would say the 2/0 or 3/0 hooks would work well.
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Because they are wide gap, you don't need a very big hook unless you are using an extremely bulky style of lizard. You could probably use a 1/0 or 2/0.
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A 2/0 or 3/0 will work. You may need to go bigger depending on what type of lizzard you use.
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4/0 should be good Tight lines.
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