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Product DescriptionNothing attracts fish like the side-to-side action of the Bob 'N Weave soft plastic jerkbait. Set in the perfect size, available in a variety of colors, and made from a super-soft blend of plastic for maximum action that really brings in the fish.
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Q:What size and style of hooks do you recommend for this bait? I was using a heavy action rod and still wasnt able to drive the hook through the bait into the fish. I like the action of the lure and have numerous fish on but can't seem to hook them.Asked on 7/9/2010 by badgerfan9 from Stevens Point, WI
A:I use a medium action Abu Garcia Veritous rod with premer reel. I find florocarbon line works best with a 3/0 deep throat wide gap hook
hope this helpsAnswered on 6/6/2012 by Andrew Benbenek from Cicero NY
A:A heavier action rod probably wont help, use a bigger hook. I like to have my hook half the length of the lure. I use gamakatsu hooks but go with tro kar if you have the money.Answered on 11/15/2010 by BOBBY from Grand Rapids, MI
A:I use large flukes like this regularly for smallmouth and largemouth in a fast flowing river. Setting the hook is usually difficult. I use a 5/0 or 6/0 extra wide gap sharp hook. Two methods work keep the hook on the outside of the lure, following the lure's shape and jump skin hook the tip into the side of the fluke toward the top. Or use a sharp knife and cut a slit all the way through the slot of the fluke so it can slide freely through the fluke and skin hook the hook tip along the exit side.Answered on 7/16/2012 by MikeC from Lexington, SC
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