Partner your favorite swimbait with a Gamakatsu
Swimbait Hook and enjoy a lifelike swimming action that requires you to
ready the net. The weighted, wide-gap design the Gamakatsu Swimbait
Hooks feature allows swimbaits to fall evenly and dig deep. The metal
spring is inline with the super sharp point and works like a swimbait
seatbelt -- securing swimbaits in place even after a head-on-collision
with Mr. Bass. Color: N.S. Black. 4 pack..
Gamakatsu Short Shank Treble Hooks with Magic Eye
Ideal hooks for lure upgrades Sticky sharp points Very
strong steel construction Magic Eye fits between split ring wires Black
Nickel finish You will enjoy three sticky sharp points and very strong
steel when upgrading your favorite lures with these Gamakatsu Short
Shank Treble Hooks. On top of the ultra sharp points and strong
construction, these Short Shank Trebles feature Gamakatsus popular
Magic Eye. The Magic Eye has a tapered flat portion that easily fits
between the split ring wires to make upgrading your hooks must easier
PLASTIC WORM HOOK
Bass Fishing Hooks by Wade Robins
Experienced bass fishermen have already learned about the different types of bass fishing hooks available. Novices in the sport should take the opportunity to learn about the different type of bass fishing hooks and their particular uses and advantages.
Off Shank Hooks
Off shank hooks are best used with artificial bait. They feature a bend at the top of the hook where it is connected to the fishing line. Shank hooks are constructed in this manner by design. The way they function is by turning directly in to the fish's mouth when the hook is set. The way the fisher sets the hook impacts whether or not he or she catches a fish, particularly when using artificial lures. While regular hooks can be effective, shank hooks help catch a greater quantity of bass fish. They also deliver consistent results.
Straight Shank Hooks
Straight shank hooks are very effective when used with live bait. Minnows, for example, work very well with the straight shank hook. The design of a straight shank hook doesn't inhibit the movement of the live bait. Because this type of hook allows the bait to swim, the bait is able to do its job. Upon striking at the bait, the fish actually inhales it. When the hook is set, it then gets caught in the hard bony sides of the fish's mouth.