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Black

22.0 mm

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20

Model:
FS320B
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Nickel

13.0 mm

40

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Model:
FS120N
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Black

13.0 mm

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FS120B
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  • SKU: 261740

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Red

13.0 mm

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Model:
FSR1
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  • SKU: 1113766

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Nickel

16.0 mm

55

20

Model:
FS220N
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  • SKU: 261743

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2

Black

16.0 mm

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FS220B
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Red

16.0 mm

55

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Model:
FSR2
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Nickel

22.0 mm

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Model:
FS320N
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Red

22.0 mm

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Model:
FSR3
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  • SKU: 1113768

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Nickel

22.0 mm

93

15

Model:
FS415N
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Black

22.0 mm

93

15

Model:
FS415B
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  • SKU: 261748

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Prevent line twist with these affordable Fast-Lock Bass Snaps.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 70 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quick Change Good idea and timely change from the old style clips. I like them for top water lures where you don't get much line twist, as well as other tackle applications. Some are a little hard to open and close with finger nails, so keep a small pair of needle nose handy. So far I find them strong and have not had any problem, and they do save a lot of re-tying. September 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good decision Wasn't sure how these would work to attach leaders and hooks on rigs, but turned out ok. Ended up with a lot of twist in the lines, so not sure I would use them again for that. Otherwise, they held tight and were hard to open and close without using small pincers-so that is a plus. July 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by very handy I tie the snap to an 18-20" leader for ice fishing with 10# fluorocarbon. Then tie a ball bearing swivel to my line. Has been working great for ice fishing. Have several walleye over 10# this year. No broken lines & no lost lures. March 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by snaps Decent quality. I use them quite a bit but I don't recommend them for spinner baits and if you're using braid you're more prone to straighten them out and lose your hook / lure. But they are convenient for quick changes for crank baits, jerk baits etc.Been using them for years - even in saltwater. January 3, 2014
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I like to fish with light gear. Can I use light tubes, jigs, etc with these snaps? Will these snaps have any major effect on the action of these lures? Also will the snaps spook the fish? Since I would put the lure straight on to the snap.

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1 year, 6 months ago
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Use smaller snaps for smaller lures. If a spoon add a ball bearing swivel about 18"
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any snap or swivel you add is going to effect the action. I wouldn't use snaps with a significant lb. rating, due to the fact that they are going to be bigger...you don't want a snap the same size as your lightwieght tube jig, you know?to minimize spooking fish, I would get a black finish clasp instead of nickel or brass,. should you decide to use a clasp for any application requiring line strenght that is less than 10#.
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I have used small spinners, but not jigs. I usually tie them on direct; I just don't know for sure how the snap would work.
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I always fish the smaller size clips either the #1 or #2 (#2 clip 85% of the time). With small ties you may have a little issue getting the #2 clip in. This would be the only small drawback. These will not spook fish or cause any issue there. The only time I do not use one of these clips is on a pole I always have a Texas rig tied on. Also these are great for adding extra action of baits like frogs, spooks, or jerkbaits.
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...like...they work with most every fishbait i have tried...just that with the small jigs and cranks/minnows they can hinder the action of the bait...in the times i use the small fishbaits i tie direct to the bait...
..like...any jig 1/8z and under i tie and the rebel ants/hoppers...bumble bug...any small bait of the sorts i lash on to...then...(how i bounce) i like the black or red snaps myself not into the silver flash all the time...and...by the way..if one gets bent...!!huck it and tie on a new one...once compomized they can fail...!!
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I would say no. I use mine for spinnerbaits and crankbaits. I've not had any problem with them spooking fish or having any adverse effect on those lures. If you like to change baits quickly, these are the thing to have
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Either way will work. You can add a swivel if you wish.
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I have tied this directly onto my fireline and then snapped on a bass hook in a fluke worm. Caught a 4 1/2 bass with no problem. It actually helps the action of the fluke worm.
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Tie directly to any line work the best
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I tie direct using a Palomar knot with a spot of superglue. Havent' had a problem yet
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The advantage of this snap is that there is no swivel. A swivel has an adverse affect on lure action, and the use of this snap is the closest you can get to tieing directly to the lure.
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Yes, unless you are using a lure that will cause line twist as some spinner baits do. In that case use a barrel swivel about 12" or more ahead of it to avoid affecting the action of the lure.
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Yes, with ease.
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yes tie it directly to your line
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I tie the bass snaps directly to Fireline using a Palomar knot. Been doing it for years with no problems.
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Tie straight on but i prefer to use a leader as well
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Would be nice to see all products with the LB test for each size!
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size 1 is 28lbs and strength goes up from there
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There is probably no practical limit to what it can handle. I have personally caught bass up to 11 and a half pounds, and several grass carp up to 43 lbs, and have had no problems with breakage or unwanted opening.
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i have caught a 21 pound red drum on #1 clip
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I've always used the smallest and caught Bass over 20" and northerns 36" with no problems.
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I use it on 10lb test. Hope that helps.
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According to the comparison of similar size # with BassPro Offshore Angler duolock snaps, I assume the following are the ratings.
#1 = 20lbs
#2 = 30lbs
#3 = 40lbs
#4 = 60lbs
#5 = 85lbs
#6 = 150lbs
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#1 normally test 20-30#
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no. 1
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See chart on the following ULR Link: https://basspro.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/522 or below.
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I have used #1, 2, and 3 for various applications. The 1 is the smallest, and except for lightweight lures in cold water, it's not needed and is kind of hard to use if you've got big hands. All of them work well.
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#1
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size 0 or 1
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The lowest the number, the smallest
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do a google search for "fishing sizing chart" and there's some resources to help you. The higher the number, the smaller the size.
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Size 1
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I think #01 is the smallest available size online at BPS. I would have to check the product description again.
Compare them by sight.
There are several brands, several makers of these clips.
I always have a pack of small, black ones ( which I believe are #01 size )
Set the drag on your reel properly, you should have no problems.
The different size clips are lb. test rated, but I've forgotten what they are.
I like tying the Palomar knot. It is really strong.
Highly recommended item. Allows fast changing of different lures and color baits.
Makes a days fishing go smoother. Less time retying. More productive time fishing.
Also, wastes less line.
On minnow and crank lures the action is unhindered. Better presentation.
Good luck.
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