VMC Heavy Duty Bladed Swimbait Hook

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VMC Heavy Duty Bladed Swimbait Hook is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
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VMC Heavy Duty Bladed Swimbait Hook
VMC Heavy Duty Bladed Swimbait Hook
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Featuring a spinner blade, the Heavy Duty Bladed Swimbait Hook adds attraction to your swimbait. In addition, the ball bearing swivel offers rotation, while the pre-weighted design adds action. The VMC® Heavy Duty Bladed Swimbait Hook has an extra wide gap design with tapered locking spring to secure bait.

FEATURES:

  • Spinner blade for added attraction
  • Ball bearing swivel for rotation
  • Convenient pre-weighted design adds action
  • Black nickel extra wide gap hook with tapered locking spring
  • Spring design for easily adding or removing bait without damage
  • Designed for working swimbaits in open water and in cover
  • Brand: VMC
  • Style: HDWSBW18

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolutely Terrible. I love throwing swimbaits with an underspin one of my favorite ways to fish. Picked these up and they looked really really good. good weight, good flash, it looked really good in the water. But the blade came off the first time I hooked a fish. No big deal they come in packs of 2. next cast caught another fish and I unhook the fish I look at the blade is gone again. I understand they can be removed but at $3.50 a piece its kind of rough that you can only catch one fish before its useless.
Date published: 2018-10-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Action > Quality < Results I bought these earlier this year to use during the fall when the bass are schooling and pushing the shad up into the coves. Went on a trip to Colorado and nailed 4 decent Largemouth using these paired with a keitech swimbait. I even caught my PB which ended up being roughly 3lbs and 17" (Recently started Bass Fishing). What pained me is that the weight that is used to help your bait sink and provide the space for the blade on the hook, came loose after the 2nd Bass. I'm giving this 4 stars, as it put a banger end to my Colorado trip and I caught my PB with it. Giving the Value 2 stars as you only get 2 hooks for $6.99. I could buy a jig or crankbait with that money and catch more fish without the bait becoming loose and/or falling apart. And I'm giving the Quality 1 star as it doesn't have the expected "Heavy Duty" Quality. These do catch fish if you're chasing schooled fish busting on shad, but it's bound to come apart sooner rather than later. Basically, you get good results out of these if fished correctly. But you ultimately do NOT get what you paid for...I would still recommend it as it indeed is a fish catcher...
Date published: 2018-10-10
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