Bass Pro Shops® Sinker Stops
Easily pegs your sinkers. Stops can be repositioned to adjust for fishing conditions. Makes a great spacer for Carolina rigs.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bellfishingspot Great for pegging weights I find these to be great for pegging weights when Texas Rigging soft plastics. They hardly move on the line and when they do you can slide it right back down to the weight. April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JATYE Rod Like the way the rod feels and casts. Seems to be of good quality and strong March 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by darrellt works as advertised very good stopper for bullet sinkers, lead or otherwise, use 2 on line under 20 pound test, 1 on 20 or more pound test March 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Riverrat2 love this product I use this product to peg sinkers and as a bobber stop It works great for both There is no damage to the line and it works with mono,braid and flurocarbon, I have used it for rigging a variable depth drop shot hook for panfish. February 13, 2013
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Top 1000 Contributor
A:The stoppers are used to peg weights to the bait when flipping and pitching heavy cover.
A:Put the Tag End of your line thru the wire loop and fold back to hold the tag end and line together then slide the Stop onto the folded line. Wal-La
A:Run your line though the loop on the wire the stop comes on, double your line back forming a loop in your line, hold the loop and slide the stopper off its wire leader onto the line, hold the main line, pull the loop you created on the tag line out from the stopper, and your good to go, it will slide up and down your line!
A:Thread line through wire loop, slide bobber stop onto line. Straighten line. Slick and easy.
A:Run at least 6" of line through the wire loop. Grasp the Sinker Stop firmly and pull it off of the wire loop. It automatically slides onto the line.
A:put your line threw the wire about a foot then pull the bober stop on your line thats it
A:Buy 8# to 12# for 15# line to 20# line.Take the tag in of the line and run it to to loop of thin wire about 4 to 5 inches Buy makeing loop with tag in.squesse the Red or Yellow rubber dot and pull very fast and hard until it slide up on the line.
A:They come assembled on a small wire loop, just run your line through the little loop, fold it back on itself, then pull the stop up onto your line, they slide on your line to set the depth of your bait. I have reused them by sliding them up on a needle and threading the line through the eye of the needle.
Details:I use a texas rig for all of my soft plastics and i was wondering if these things are small enough to peg a bullet weight to my worm.
A:Absolutely! Put on on! easily move them up and down the line, seldom loose them unless u break line ahead of them, move up the line and retie if changing hook, weight, or frayed line!
A:Yes they are. That is exactly what I use them for.
A:They are excellent for pegging a bullet weight. That is all that I use them for.
A:Absolutely. They even hold tight on Power Pro line.
A:Sinker Stops work great for pegging bullet weights. Try them out for yourself.
Top 25 Contributor
A:I use these for 12lb fluoro and 80lb daiwa samurai braid. The 80lb braid has a diameter equivalent to17lb lb mono. I peg 1.5oz tungsten weights on my braid for punching and they hold up fine.
A:I've used from 6lb to 25lb mono!
A:I have used them on 20 to 30lb line and they work fine no issues
A:I have only used them up to 14 lb. (floro) but I would think they could go to at least 20 lb.
A:I use 20-30lb test line to catch catfish. The Sinker Stop works as well with 30lb. test line as it does with 10lb. test line.
A:I have used them on 25lb flourocarbon without any problems.
A:The biggest line I used it on is 20 Ibs. Flourocarbon. It was tight and wouldn't thinck it would be good for lines much larger in diameter. Works great on braid
Top 100 Contributor
A:They are made of a clay/plastic like material and are pliable. I use 20 lb test flourocarbon and braided line and they slide right on. You can squeeze them down once you get them on your line to hold tight. I'm sure they would work on any bass set-up and the line you would use.
A:i have used them with 20 lb mono without problem.
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