Bass Pro Shops Egg Sinkers

   

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1/8 oz

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12

Model:
ES18
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  • SKU: 2072908

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1/4 oz.

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12

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ES-14
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  • SKU: 574229

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3/8 oz.

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12

Model:
ES38
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  • SKU: 580582

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5/8 oz.

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12

Model:
ES-58
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  • SKU: 580584

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1/2 oz.

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12

Model:
ES-1/2
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 574230

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3/4 oz.

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12

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ES-3/4
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 574231

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1 oz.

Natural

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Model:
BPEG1
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  • SKU: 1463085

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1-1/2 oz.

Natural

5

Model:
BPEG112
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1463086

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2 oz.

Natural

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Model:
BPEG2
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  • SKU: 1463087

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3 oz.

Natural

3

Model:
BPEG3
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  • SKU: 1463088

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4 oz.

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2

Model:
BPEG4
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  • SKU: 1463089

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6 oz.

Natural

2

Model:
BPEG6
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  • SKU: 1463090

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8 oz.

Natural

1

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BPEG8
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  • SKU: 1463091

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Glide through weeds and rocks snag-free with our Bass Pro Shops® oval, egg-shaped lead sinkers. This type of slip-weight is ideal for catfish and a standard for Carolina rigging. Our egg sinkers allow anglers to get down deep where the big ones hang out. Plus, slip-style weights allow fish to feel the bait, not the weight.

  • Oval, egg-shaped sinkers
  • Ideal for catfish and Carolina-rigging
  • Slip-style weights
Bass Pro Shops Egg Sinkers 4.7 5 23 23
Bass Pro Shops® Egg Sinkers Review Simple in design yet very well crafted, the Bass Pro Shops Egg Sinker is a well machined product. November 13, 2013
Eggcellent! If you're looking for an egg sinker, this is the one. It's shaped like an egg, has a hole through the middle so you can thread your line through it with ease, and weighs what it is supposed to weigh. If only it shipped in a mini-egg carton...that would be sweet icing on the cake :-)...but seriously, an egg sinker is an egg sinker and these work for me. Works nice for flounder fishing...the egg shape is what you need to cover ground, roll and not snag. August 20, 2013
Good for fishing the Mississippi River 6 oz Works Good for big catfish 4 to 6 oz is what I use Holger Bate to the bottom of the river Easy to cast Good to use from the bank or a boat August 13, 2013
Good Sinkers What can I say - they're lead egg sinkers. They work well, and are pretty much snag free. I use them on all my Carolina, and trolling rigs for bass. Get an assortment to have on hand when you may need some various sizes. July 6, 2013
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which size would be good for catfishing on a fast flowing river.
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Really depends, rule of thumb is the faster the river flow, the heavier the weight.
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6 to 8 ounce egg sinker
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1-1.5oz.
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Depending on the speed at which the river is flowing (fast, slow, medium), I would recommend anywhere from 2 to 8 ounce. If it is a slow river, go for a 2 or 3 ounce. Fast, 8 ounce. Remember, leave a decent length leader, allowing the catfish to take the bait without feeling the weight.
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4 0z would be good
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you don't need a big weight for the missouri river because i used 6 oz flat and egg sinkers and my problem was the mud so any weight under 4oz.should do fine
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