for hooks its all Owner for me, everything I fish with and if a bait comes with hooks, I automatically swap them out for Owners.For Texas rigged, or Florida rigged worms?
Owner TWISTLOCK with CPS (center pin spring) I like the center pin because it really grabs and hold the worm tight, and it doesnt fail as much pulling it thru grass or weeds.Flukes?
Closest thing for me to a fluke bait would be a Skinny Dipper, and I throw them a couple ways.
unweighted: TWISTLOCK 3X w/ CPS, a little thicker and heavier wire then the hook above.
weighted: WEIGHTED BEAST with TWISTLOCK. If Im throwing them on edges and drop offs, I like the way the Beast handles itself, and the keel gives them a huge wobble.
I have several different Owners in my line up, I have just about all the varieties of bass hooks and it depends on what plastic Im throwing and into what situation dictates on my hook choice.
All of my treble swimbaits are instantly swapped out for ST-36's and ST-41's, an if I want a floater to sit a lil lower in the water I swap out to ST-41's, on some of the lighter floating swimbaits it brings the bait below the water surface, creating a larger profile for the bass to notice when coming up on it.
Theres a long line of Owners in my box, and while Im not saying its the best hook on the market, its been the best for me.
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