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What size and type hooks would you recommend to Texas Rig the following:

5" Senko or equivalent stick bait

Chompers spider grub

Yum horny toad

Xps bass pro flipping tube

Caffeine shad or super fluke

5" Lizzard

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3/0 EWG for the tube, Senko and lizard.

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What size and type hooks would you recommend to Texas Rig the following:

5" Senko or equivalent stick bait

Chompers spider grub

Yum horny toad

Xps bass pro flipping tube

Caffeine shad or super fluke

5" Lizzard

5" stickbaits- 3/0 or 4/0 gammy wide gap or owner wide gap

Spider grubs- Depending on size 1/0 to 3/0 or put them on round jig heads

Yum Horny toad-5/0 wide gap gammy or owner

Flipping tube- 3/0 or 4/0 depending on size tubes

Shad/fluke-4/0 wide gap gammy or owner

5" lizard-(see stickbaits)

The size of the bait and best hook penetration determines hook size.Adding weight determines the rate of fall.

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I use gammy skip gap for almost all plastics bout the only ones I don't use it on is my punching plastics and big baits I use gammy flipping hooks

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Except for maybe the spider grub and the tube I'd use 5/0 EWG gammy hook, for senkos I think there is no better size. For the grubs and tube a 3/0 or 4/0 EWG hook.(EWG is all I use except for swimbaits)

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Owner twist lock.

End of book.

These look good , what size you suggest for a 5" senko?

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