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Black

22.0 mm

73

20

Model:
FS320B
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 261746

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1

Nickel

13.0 mm

40

20

Model:
FS120N
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 261739

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1

Black

13.0 mm

40

20

Model:
FS120B
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  • SKU: 261740

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1

Red

13.0 mm

40

20

Model:
FSR1
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1113766

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2

Nickel

16.0 mm

55

20

Model:
FS220N
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 261743

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2

Black

16.0 mm

55

20

Model:
FS220B
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  • SKU: 261744

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2

Red

16.0 mm

55

20

Model:
FSR2
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1113767

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3

Nickel

22.0 mm

73

20

Model:
FS320N
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  • SKU: 261745

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3

Red

22.0 mm

73

20

Model:
FSR3
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1113768

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4

Nickel

22.0 mm

93

15

Model:
FS415N
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 261747

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4

4

Black

22.0 mm

93

15

Model:
FS415B
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 261748

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Prevent line twist with these affordable Bass Pro Shops® Fast-Lock Bass Snaps.

Bass Pro Shops® Fast-Lock Bass Snap 4.4 5 54 54
great for us older guys I am presently at the age where my fingers don't always work as they should, so I have trouble tying on hooks, lures, etc. I have found the Norman speed clips the answer. I have found that if you tie an split ring on first then you can change from one size of the speed clips to the other without having tie another knot. September 8, 2012
good value the fast lock snap is a good value for the money; it is light, yet effective. The snap holds its form very well after a lot of use. September 1, 2012
Difficult to use The metal these are made of is so stiff you need pliers to open and close them. If you aren't careful you bend the metal and then they are useless. I will not buy them again. May 2, 2012
good exactly what I ordered., Work great, and are exactly what I wanted. April 16, 2012
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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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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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See chart on the following ULR Link: https://basspro.custhelp.com/app/an... 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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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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