Bass Pro Shops® Premium Bass Casting Sinkers

   

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Size
Product Color
Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

1/8 oz.

Natural

18

Model:
BCS18

3/16 oz.

Natural

15

Model:
BCS316

1/4 oz.

Natural

12

Model:
BCS14

3/8 oz.

Natural

10

Model:
BCS38

5/8 oz.

Natural

7

Model:
BCS58

1/2 oz.

Natural

8

Model:
BCS12

3/4 oz.

Natural

7

Model:
BCS34

1 oz.

Natural

5

Model:
BCS1

1-1/2 oz.

Natural

5

Model:
BCS112

2 oz.

Natural

3

Model:
BCS2

3 oz.

Natural

2

Model:
BCS3

4 oz.

Natural

2

Model:
BCS4
Choose from a variety of sizes for every use.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by sweet i use them for catfishin' and they are just fantastic. August 3, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great For Current These sinkers work well for bait fishing in current. They will hold the bottom better and not roll like some styles. I have found that they work best with the sinker at the bottom of the rig in heavier current. May 15, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by These are great for trolling I use these only for trolling. I attach it to the line (or swivel) side of my trolling leader with a split-ring. This will help to get your crankbait deeper than it will run naturally. Experiment with the different weights, but I like the 1, 1-1/2 & 2 oz sizes for getting bigger crankbaits down to where the big fish are hanging out. Kinda' like a poor-mans downrigger! One note, the trolling leader needs to be about 3' long, so the weight doesn't interfere with the action of the lure. Give it a try. March 18, 2008
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Do these swivel around at all?
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They swivel. Sometimes the rotation is a little rough, so work them around by hand and few times to loosen them up
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The line tie swivels. They are also anchored pretty good.
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