Depends on how much you're willing to spend & size you need. I also like the Allen hooks, but use others as well, but I tie a lot on hooks such as plastic worm hooks. I especially like the straight shank versions, but use others too. I tie bass flies frequently in the 2 to 3/0 size range for use with rod weights on 8 & heavier.
They can be expensive, but are generally quite strong & sharp. You do have to shop around & compare prices however. I buy them on sale when I can, and even pick up some from Ebay. I just got a 25 pack of offset worm hooks in size 1/0 along with some jigs hooks, all for about $5-$7 a pack, which is pretty much inline with prices for some of the better brand fly hooks.
The offset hooks work fine as popper hooks or as streamer hooks, particularly with such styles as Clouser Minnows where I want the hook inverted. They make a fine bass bug hook too.
I'll use "spinnerbait" hooks too and the various saltwater hooks also work fine for bass. I use some of them too because much of the fishing I do is in tidal waters.
I use Owner, Gamakatsu, Mustad Signatures, VMC, Daiichi and some Eagle Claw Lazer hooks, and would use the Trokars if I could get them at a better price.
Here's an few examples:
Approximately 7" overall, tied on a spinnerbait hooks. Clouser Minnow, 5/0 hook. (use these for Striped Bass too)
Clouser tied on Daiichi worm hook, size 1.
Keys style Tarpon patterns that I use for LM bass. Tied on a Straight shank 2/0 worm hook.
This is a discontinued Owner hook. I bought a bunch of these in size 2 & 1.
Typical streamer tied on a saltwater hook.
Clouser tied on a 60 degree saltwater jig hook, another hook good for tying bass flies.
Buggers & a Clouser tied on worm hooks in size 1.
Clouser style, tied to imitate crayfish. The hook is a 2/0 size Matzuo Sickle bait holder. It has a straight shank. Strong & sharp.
Tied with worm & spinnerbait hooks.
More Buggers tied on size 1 worm hooks.
Baitfish patterns tied on a wide gap worm hook. VMC 6319 worm hook. 2/0 or 3/0