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Bass Pro Shops® Painted Lead Worm Weights - Black

   

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Product Color
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1/16 oz.

Black

30

Model:
BPP116-30 BLK

1/8 oz.

Black

30

Model:
BPP18-30 BLK

3/16 oz.

Black

30

Model:
BPP316-30 BLK

1/4 oz.

Black

30

Model:
BPP14-30 BLK

3/8 oz.

Black

30

Model:
BPP38-30 BLK

1/16 oz.

Black

12

Model:
BPP116-BLK

1/8 oz.

Black

12

Model:
BPP18-BLK

3/16 oz.

Black

12

Model:
BPP316-BLK

1/4 oz.

Black

12

Model:
BPP14-BLK

3/8 oz.

Black

9

Model:
BPP38BLK

1/2 oz.

Black

6

Model:
BPP12-BLK

3/4 oz.

Black

6

Model:
BPP34-BLK
Our lead worm weights have a concave base that fits snugly against the worm’s head and a .062" hole for easy rigging. Color: Black.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well finished. These bullets have a nice looking slick & durable finish on them. Can't beat the BPS price. June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Weight I like to use these weights anytime I am fishing a pegged texas rig so the the weight and bait blend together to project a single profile November 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DYISlither Rigs w BPS Sinkers We all have enough hooks, trailers, sinkers and skirts, just add a few beads between the hook and the skirt, rig it with a Beaver Tail and add a bead between the shirt and the sinker and you just saved yourself lots of money and you get to choose your trailer.....Beavertail, double tail grub, any long crawfish. Big, bulky and flashy and made out of components you probably have. If not, buy them here. It's easy and it's versatile. May 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scratch proof Fished the weight very hard on a Carolina rig all day and the paint never even chipped off the weight. March 13, 2013
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On the product page it says 12, but when I add it to the cart it says it is a 6-pack.
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 - Madison, WI
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10/pack
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There is a 1/8oz pack of 12 and a pack of 30 so if you ordered the 12 there is 12 30 in the 30 pack.
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I heard that the production of lead weights is going to be stopped because of the environmental impact. Does anyone know if this is this true?
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The use of lead weights varies from State to State, and lake to lake be sure and check fishing regulations if you are uncertain, the ban of lead weights will most often be posted near a boat ramp if lead weights are prohibited.
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What I've researched is it will not be stopped but there may be stricter regulations on size. for example: a lake might say weights of 1/2oz and above should be tungsten. i am not 100% on this
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I believe lead weights under a certain size, such as 1/2 oz. are being targeted as ducks and water birds will consume them. Larger weights have not been on the radar, at least on the West Coast.
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I really don't think so. You may see some stuff come up regarding water fowl, but as far as fishing I think lead is her to stay.
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I am not an expert but I don't think in the near future based on what I've read there will be any problems!
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