Bass Pro Shops® Rubber Grip Lead Sinkers
These football-shaped rubber-grip lead sinkers have a rubber core and two tabs on each end of the sinker. The line is placed in the sinker's groove, and then the tabs are twisted in opposite directions, wrapping the line around the rubber core. When the tabs are twisted in reverse, the line is released. Rubber Core Sinkers have many applications, but most importantly, Rubber Core Sinkers can quickly be added or removed without nicking or otherwise degrading you fishing line.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tunahead necessity for flylining tuna I find these rubber grip sinkers are a must have for quickly adding weight when using lite test mono(30# and 50#) when flylining for tuna..Can add 1 or more to line leaving as much line to baited hook as necessary and they stay where you put them..Plus they come in a number of sizes. December 27, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by NAGG tear the rubber out i extract the rubber out of these sinkers and use pliers to attach them to hooks on a spinner bait or jig. it works great in the heat of the summer to get your bait down deep in a hurry. i think they should design the same type of sinker but instead of the rubber piece maybe a thin rubber coating on the inside to keep it from sliding on the hook. July 31, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by CaptFrankakaHEATSEEKER Rubber core sinklers unbeatable Unlike biting down on, or plier squeezes on split shots, these sinkers are easy to attach. And more importantly detach. Used them for bluefish in saltwater and now found the right size for ready use in fresh water. More specifically our trips up to New hampshire's Lake Winnepesauke. Can't wait to see what the lake's white perch think? :) July 16, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by FishingFiend Good Weight I first saw thius with my grandpa and he usedthese i started to use them an they workprettygood overall but not much different than a regular splitshot sometimes they slide down the line. July 14, 2010