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What hooks do you guys use when fishing a drop-shot? Brand and size please. Thanks once again for everyones help and input.

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I use gamakatsu drop shot/split shot hooks, size 1 and 1/0

Hope this helps

reo

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I use mostly Gamakatsu Drop Shot hooks.  The size I use depends on the size of the bait I am using.  I mostly use a size 2 though.  But will go as small as size 8 with smaller baits.

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Gamakatsu Split Shot/Drop Shot size 1.

Get the 25 hook value pack if you can find it.  ;)

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X3. Also this year I bought some Roboworm rebarb hooks to try to rig my dropshots weedless for different situations. I read somewhere this is what Aaron Martens uses so I'm going to give it a shot.

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Gamakatsu drop shot #1 for me. When I want to fish weedless, I use the Gamakatsu EWG #1. Never had an issue with either, high hook up rate, and I drop shot alot.

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Owner Mosquito for nose hooked baits in sizes 1, 2, 4, and 6 depending on the line size and plastic I decide to use. I mostly use 2 and 4.

I like the rebarb hooks too for weedless applications. I also use the light wire Mustad wide gap. I can't remember the name so I'll guess and say its a Finesse Wide Gap in size 1 and 1/0.  

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Gamakatsu Split Shot/Drop Shot size 1.

Get the 25 hook value pack if you can find it. ;)

AGREE 100% after trying every hook on the market!!

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I've tried them all also, and now only use Owners in every size they make.

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Owner Mosquito size 1 and 2.  I have had too many Gammy's bent by smallmouth.  Owner's seem to be sharper too.

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