Gamakatsu G-Lock Offset Shank Worm Fish Hooks


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Keep your bait in place in any fishing situation with G-Lock Offset Shank Worm Hooks. An innovative G-Lock design holds your soft plastics firm, even when you're fishing in heavy cover. They have a wide gap to make loading bait and hooking large fish easier, and a sharp, conically needle-honed point for instant piercing. Like all Gamakatsu® hooks, Gamakatsu® G-Lock Offset Shank Worm Hooks are amazingly strong and durable, too.

  • Freshwater fishing hooks
  • Sharp, conically needle-honed point
  • G-Lock hook design with offset shank locks bait in place, especially soft plastics
  • Wide gap helps hook bigger fish
  • Ideal for fishing in heavy cover
  • Gamakatsu


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Country of Origin: Japan
Web ID: 32071336

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by First hooks I ever buy. Way Better than I Expected!! These are the first hooks that I have ever bought that weren't for bait. The hooks are simply amazing! They were an impulse buy to use with some Zoom Flukes I bought on discount. I have never rigged a soft plastic before, but these hooks made it super easy. The hook lays flush over the top of the plastic creating a weed-less effect I have only seen with these hooks. There is no need to thread the hook slightly under the soft plastic with these hooks because of the unique curve the hook has. Just poke it through and push the bait up and the hook naturally rests on top of the bait. If you never rigged a soft plastic like I have then these hooks are for you. Stick the nose of the plastic straight into the hook, when the hook starts to curve pull the hook out of the bottom of the bait and slide the bait to the top. Twist the bait around so you can stab the hook end back into the bait. The top of the bait should be perfectly straight now and the eyelet should be a little inside the bait head if you did it right. The unique curve allows you to reuse your bait without ripping the top of it out when you set the hook. September 30, 2015
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