Green’s Dictionary of Slang

hooked adj.3

also hooked through the bag
[hook v.1 (2f)]

addicted (usu. to a narcotic drug).

[US]E. Booth Stealing Through Life 282: I tell the damn little fool that using so much stuff will make a bum of him, but Billie – that’s the twist he’s with – got him hooked.
[US]V.F. Nelson Prison Days and Nights 177: Once you’re ‘hooked’ – once the drug really gets into your blood – you’re ‘hooked’ for life.
[US]Mezzrow & Wolfe Really the Blues 99: A man that’s hooked on hop will never lay the first pill on a beginner.
[US]E. De Roo Young Wolves 110: You know you can get hooked on that stuff.
[US]C. Cooper Jr Scene (1996) 8: I’m clean. I’ll never get hooked again.
[Aus]‘Geoffrey Tolhurst’ Flat 4 King’s Cross (1966) 114: ‘Don’t you know what it is like — to be hooked on heroin?’.
[UK]Daily Mirror 18 Aug. 13: He was already ‘hooked’ – I watched the pills, the capsules and the injections take their heavy toll.
[US]Masters of Ceremony ‘Cracked Out’ [lyrics] It’s the type of drug that will have you hooked / And the side effects of crack are always overlooked.
[UK]M. Amis London Fields 304: There’s the adventure, and the love interest, and I have to admit I’m hooked.
[UK] Observer Rev. 11 Oct. 3: Hooked on smack, Lanre descended into the very life of squalor and despair.
[US]W. Shaw Westsiders 318: It was in danger of closing when Jack became hooked on crack.
[UK]K. Richards Life 259: It was never in the front of my mind until I was truly hooked.
[US]S. King Finders Keepers (2016) 38: Look at me - hooked through the bag on Oxy, and still in pain, because it doesnt work for shit any more.