Bass Pro Shops® Fish Weight™ Inline Fishing Weights
The inline weight is back! Simply add in front of spinner rigs, crawler harnesses or live-bait rigs to achieve greater depth and to keep your rig tracking true. Helps reduce tangles when running multiple lines with boards or directional divers. Hologram baitfish colors add extra attraction; double-eye inline design for easy rigging.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Montecristo Can't Troll Without 'Em From Saginaw Bay to Inland Lakes, these weights are a crucial part of my Walleye program. Many times I end up with all of my lines running Fish Weights ahead of Harnesses. July 13, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by WhoKnew Best Trolling Rig Ever Started using the inline weights last July on the Saginaw Bay. Using boards and working water over 20 feet, easy to maintain smooth troll without any extra hassel. By the end of the summer everyone in the marina was using them. I don't believe there is any other product in second place. March 11, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wilberson80 inline fishing weights These are the best weights I have purchased for inline nightcrawler harnesses for trolling. Low profile and no drag, which makes for smooth presentaion. March 2, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Walleye King BPS Keel Weights I use the 1/2oz 1oz & 2oz BPS keel weight to attain different depths in the water column while trolling spinners until I find the depth the fish are bitting at and then replace all with that weight. The snap swivel on the rear of the BPS keel weight acts as a buffer between the spinner and the main line to reduce line twist. Also has less drag than divers when fighting fish. All-in-all a great product that is easy to use! July 11, 2006
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A:I make a leader out of monofilament or florocarbon about 4-5 feet long. I run a braid mainline (30lb test) and the leader is 12lb. The ball bearing swivel really works great to eliminate line twists when pulling a spoon.
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