Gamakatsu Open Eye Siwash Hooks

(16)
$3.49
Item No.: F11991
$3.49

Product Details

Product Details

Gamakatsu Open Eye Siwash Hooks feature an open eye allowing you to quickly and easily attach them to your favorite spinner, spoon, or plug. These hooks work great for replacing trebles on your favorite baits.


  • High carbon steel construction
  • Open eye
  • Straight eye
  • Barb
  • Size: 10, 8, 6, 4 - Qty. per pack: 10
  • Size: 2, 1 - Qty. per pack: 8
  • Size: 1/0, 2/0, 3/0, 4/0, 5/0 - Qty. per pack: 6

Ratings & Reviews

16 Reviews

Better Hook Sets and Easier on the Fish

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I always replace the treble hooks on my spoons, spinners, and cranks when I'm fishing for steelhead and salmon. The hooks fit perfectly onto my Rapala Countdowns, Rooster Tails, and Dardevles. I almost never miss a fish and seldom have them throw the hook. I mostly catch & release and the single hook point is far less damaging to the fish.

Sharp and dependable

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Love these . Good sharp easy to Put on to change out a treble hook for Spoons and Spinners

Quality and affordability in a Siwash hook

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These are perfectly good Siwash hooks with open eyes so with a pair of pliers you can add them to your salmon lures that need new hooks. They do have a shiny nickel chrome like finish to them - I wish there were options for a 100% stainless steel or even a dull galvanized zinc version for saltwater, but these will certainly do for Great Lakes use. For replacing the treble hook on wobbling plugs these hooks are often connected to the forward attachment ring with a short section of bead chain. SiwaSH is a Chinook word for a person (man) of Pacific Northwest First Nations heritage used as a complimentary noun for the very best salmon hooks used on trolling lures.

Gamakastu, enough said.

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Razor sharp and strong. Swapped out all my spoon treble hooks and glad I did it. Better hook-ups and hook extractions. I just use a needle nose plier to close the eye, no problems yet with a fish strong enough to reopen it.

Bob Camas, WA

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I like to make my own Salmon and Steelhead spinners. I make them for my Dad and a few buddies. I know it might be a bit spendy, but it would be nice to buy them in 25 or 50 hook packs. The treble hooks are sold that way.