Bass Pro Shops® Premium Reusable Split Shot Weights

   

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Size
Product Color
Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

B

Natural

150

Model:
RS-B

BB

Natural

150

Model:
RS-BB

3/0

Natural

110

Model:
RS-3/0

7

Natural

90

Model:
RS-7

5

Natural

60

Model:
RS-5

4

Natural

50

Model:
RS-4

3

Natural

30

Model:
RS-3

1

Natural

20

Model:
RS-1

0

Natural

14

Model:
RS-0
Our Premium, Reusable Split-Shot Weights are made of 100% pure soft lead. Uniform shot has a deep, centered slit for maximum hold.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by They do the job The weights do their job... they are easy to use. They just arn't worth $4.00. Way to expensive July 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super Weight Used these weights many times before and keep coming back to them. I tight line most of the time for crappie & cat. As the current picks up or slows down I can change my weight very easily to accommodate the current I'm in at the time. Very beneficial to me. Easy on & off but yet stays in place. July 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 Sinkers They are super small. Great for finesse fishing. I use them for minnow fishing crappie. They are small enough that they dont spook the fish when casting. April 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Splitshot The splitshot was easily clamped on the line and removed. The sizes I ordered was perfect for crappie and bluegill fishing! So glad spring is near!!! February 17, 2011
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4 years, 1 month ago
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They are #3 and BB size split shot. Small and light weight to use on my ultra-lights.
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Depends on claritity and depth of the water Always go as light as possible, experiment to see what the fish tells you Some time a small split shot will work better than a heavier one that gives YOU a better feel of the botom, but if they want a slow drop you have to back off the weight. Rule of thumb use as little weight as possible. Wind can make a big difference in casting and keeping slack out your line so you can see any movement OR LACK OF MOVEMENT in you lineor If somethig is different SET THE HOOK
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i drft fish for salmon in new york and need a fairly heavy splitshot for the rivers. any ideas as to the better size? i usually use a 4.
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Depending on how much weight you need, I would actually recommend using smaller sized egg sinkers for this application. That way you don't have to worry about them falling off. As far as keeping them stationary on the line i use a wooden toothpick inserted in the hole with the line, and you can adjust as needed. Hope this helps.
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i dont fish for salmon but i do recommend using anything from size #5 to #0. So i think #4 is okay.
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