Bass Pro Shops® Faceted Glass Beads

   

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6 mm

Red

25

Model:
BPS375-587706

6 mm

Clear

25

Model:
BPS369-587506

8 mm

Red

25

Model:
BPS376-587708

8 mm

Clear

25

Model:
BPS370-587508

10 mm

Red

25

Model:
BPS162
These light reflecting Faceted Glass Beads have many sides to them and are extremely popular with bass and walleye fisherman. Proven fish-attractors that will not cut your line and are virtually unbreakable, these Faceted Glass Beads are critical components for Carolina rigging. When paired with another Faceted Glass Bead or a weight, these flashy glass beads create a loud clanking noise.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carolina Rig'em I use these beads for Carolina rigs, I find they work well providing a bit of sparkle to grab the bass attention. April 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value! These glass beads work great on my c-rigs and are a great value. March 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by glass beads I have been using rubber worms to bass fish for the last 4 years. I have found that the extra "flash" that the glass beads give you attract more fish. By catching the sun and reflecting it....it gives you a better presentation which should yield you more bass. Enjoy. March 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by remember these ! Long forgotten must have for your tackle box. Put a red glass beed between your bullet weight and hook on a Texas rigged worm and your hookups will double. The flash of red and the added click will have bass finding your lure in any kind of water. September 15, 2010
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What size for Texas-rig?

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What size bead would be good for T-rig with an 1/8 oz bullet sinker? I'm more interested in sound than sight.
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The bead should be roughly the same size as the base of the slip sinker you are using.
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I always use the red glass faceted 8mm beads for T rigs.
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How helpful would these be night fishing tex style ?
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For day or night I use the red glass faceted 8mm beads for T rigs.
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These beads could be helpful if you are looking to add sound to your Texas rig while night fishing. The added noise may be able to help bass find your lure from farther distances than normal.
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They clearly would not reflect light but if you had two of them or one with a weight they would create a clacking noise.
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