NADA. A size six would be minimal. Optimal hook size for that crappie fluke is a #4. The pro head is sized for both #6 and #8 but if you have a Dremel a size 4 can be squeaked in the cavities easily by enlarging the hook eye portion upward and away from the head portion slightly to handle the longer leg then just lay #4 hooks in the mold, close it and give it a swap on the side with a plastic or rubber mallet while holding the handles closed tightly. Check for complete mold closure then open the mold and check for the #4 hook tip placement and if needed just buzz a small pocket to accommodate the hook tips with the Dremel.
I like the fluke in warm water but fish it solely using #4 hooks. 1/16 and 3/32 makes for a good swimming bait in the fluke while that 1.32 offers a really unique drop with the fluke. Around brush the 1/32 with the #4 makes that fluke drive crappies buried in the limbs nuts because the drop rate is slow enough to not get past limbs so fast it cannot be worked back over them.