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VMC VMC® Spinshot Drop-Shot Hook

Designed just for drop-shot presentations, this innovative VMC Spinshot Drop-Shot Hook rotates 360° to produce a natural drop-shot action and eliminate line twists. Hook Size Quantity 8 5 6 5 4 5 2 5 1 5 1/0 4 2/0 4
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Is it possible for you to offer a pictorial hook size comparison chart?

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The size, style and shape of hooks will vary by manufacture. Below is a link that will show the size of the VMC® Spinshot Drop-shot Hook. For other brands of hooks you could contact the manufacture for more information on sizing.

VMC® Spinshot Drop-shot Hook
http://www.vmchooks.com/consumers/
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No but for Bass, Speckled Trout and Red Drum I use a size 1. I use 4" flukes or 5" finesse worms and they work great.
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Bass Spinshot Hook Size

Wish they had a picture of a dime next to each hook size so I knew which size to order. I ordered 2 & 4 size and sending them both back, too small. Is the 1/0 Hook the largest, need it for bass?
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I've caught many bass on the 2 & 4 size hook. I simply nose hook the bait and have had no problems landing 5# to 7# large & small mouth. If you want to rig it weedless then 1/0 works great.
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The size 1/0 is the largest hook size and 8 is the smallest in the VMC® Spinshot Drop-shot Hook.
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I agree that they need some more substantial hooks in their inventory
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Spinshot Drop-shot Hook What fish is it used on,how do ypu use it.

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The VMC® Spinshot Drop-shot Hook is used in a technique called drop shot where you put your weight on a leader that is connected to the bottom loop and then your main line is attached to the top loop. It is a setup that is versatile and can be used for most any type of freshwater fish, like bass or crappie.
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I use a drop-shot rig for large & small mouth bass and have had some success with walleye as well. Drop-shot allows you to present your bate off the bottom - above weeds/grass and is also great on rock piles. If you google drop-shot fishing you will see several how to videos. It's not difficult to learn and very effective. You'll want to get several sizes of drop-shot weights as well, Good luck and good fishing,
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I use them when fishing in cold water for largemouth bass. Use them with a drop shot sinker about 18" below and throw into blow bowns and around docks. Use a small plastic worm on the hook and work it back to you slowly shaking it while in the structure keeping the line tight.
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You can pretty much use it for any fish type...anything that you want to place your presentation a specific height off of bottom really. I have caught crappie, walleye, LM, Bluegill, Yellow perch but really target SM bass with this technique.
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Tie your main line to the top eye on the hook with the point in the up position. On the bottom eye tie a short
mono leader 12" and put on a drop shot sinker of your choice at the depth you want the bait to be sitting off the bottom. Keep tension at all times but I have had the best success hold the bait taught and gently shake the rod tip. Move and shake again.Good Luck
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