Bass Pro Shops® Fish Weight™ Inline Fishing Weights

   

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1/2 oz.

1/2 oz.

Black Silver

3

Model:
KE12-31

1/2 oz.

1/2 oz.

Brown Gold

3

Model:
KE12-71

1/2 oz.

1/2 oz.

Rainbow Trout

3

Model:
KE12-72

1/2 oz.

1/2 oz.

Black Gold

3

Model:
KE12-32

1/2 oz.

1/2 oz.

Firetiger

3

Model:
KE12-08

1 oz.

1 oz.

Black Silver

3

Model:
KE1-31

1 oz.

1 oz.

Brown Gold

3

Model:
KE1-71

1 oz.

1 oz.

Rainbow Trout

3

Model:
KE1-72

1 oz.

1 oz.

Black Gold

3

Model:
KE1-32

1 oz.

1 oz.

Firetiger

3

Model:
KE1-08

2 oz.

2 oz.

Black Silver

3

Model:
KE2-31

2 oz.

2 oz.

Brown Gold

3

Model:
KE2-71

2 oz.

2 oz.

Rainbow Trout

3

Model:
KE2-72

2 oz.

2 oz.

Black Gold

3

Model:
KE2-32

2 oz.

2 oz.

Firetiger

3

Model:
KE2-08

3 oz.

3 oz.

Black Silver

2

Model:
KE3-31

3 oz.

3 oz.

Brown Gold

2

Model:
KE3-71

3 oz.

3 oz.

Rainbow Trout

2

Model:
KE3-72

3 oz.

3 oz.

Black Gold

2

Model:
KE3-32

3 oz.

3 oz.

Firetiger

2

Model:
KE3-08
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 4 out of 5 by Keel Weights that work Tried them out at Irvine Lake over the X-mas break. Caught two nice trout on a day everyone was having a tough time catching fish. I think the 1 0z. size is probably good enough for most fishing. The 2 oz. size pulls sort of hard . January 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Very well painted and very realistic. These are supe for trolling harnesses . Very well made. November 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by best keel weights available They did just what I wanted them to do. Don't have to mess with the inline weights anymore. Just put the proper weight on the end of your line and clip on your lure. Works great. August 30, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Problem with clips 2 of the 1oz fish weights had the clips that you attach your bait to broke off and i lost 2 of my spinner baits,I have not used the 2oz ones.Only thing I can do is replace all the clips as I see they are very small to hook your crawler harness to. I think they will work after putting larger clips on them July 16, 2010
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Yes. These can be effectively used for both.
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I would NOT use these as an added weight for light casting lures. They will lead on the acst andcause atagled mess with the lighter lure.
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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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to the line and then simply add in front of spinner rigs, crawler harnesses or live-bait rigs to achieve greater depth and to keep your rig tracking true.
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Are these Fish Weights the same as the XPS Keel Trolling Weights?
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Yes they are.
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Yes in the precision trolling book.
It has helped me dial in on the walleye this spring and summer.
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