Bass Pro Shops® Split Rings
Split Rings provide essential connection points from line to lure and lures to hooks, and no angler should miss a fish because of a weak split ring. Bass Pro Shops Split Rings are available in a wide variety of assorted sizes, so you can easily replace or re-fit your lures, swivels and rigs with high-quality reliable hardware.
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by aae0130 Bass Pro Shops® Split Rings I use these for Jig Rigs and tie to them directly. Well made and no sharp ends or rough surfaces. April 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by itskarpo Red Split Rings are Terrible I can't get the red split rings to split. They have painted over the rings itself and is a pain to get them to split without split ring pliers. If you do buy, get split ring pliers with. January 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by shakeybasser tune up your cranks definitely a must have for any crankbait fisherman. i use the larger ones on the back treble hook for more freedom of movement and better wobble. i attended a seminar at BPS during the spring and had the pleasure of hearing a pro cranker give tips on lure modification. great class. i catch more fish because the lures are more active in the water. split ring pliers are a must when using these. September 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Redfish87 No good Used these to attach spoon to swivel refish would straighten them out September 4, 2012
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Details:i want red ones if they're really better, but just want to know if nickel are just as good.
A:The color really does not matter. I prefer using nickel colored ones just because they are easier to pull apart. I have just as much success with the nickel ones as I do the red ones. To be honest, the red ones just make the lure look cooler to you.
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A:beauty's in the eye of the beholder. i'll use whatever i think will give me an advantage. i use red hooks, but i don't really know if they give an added advantage. but, i feel it gives me more of a chance to catch fish, so i use 'em. more and more crankbaits use that "bleeding effect on lures, with spots of red paint. so, any bit of red in your presentation could give the hint of an injured bait, which should help to attract fish.
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A:While Red is used a good bit on lures, I still add the color in certain places on the body of the bait or tail for attraction. Something like a red hook involves some mass, but a split ring might be less significant.
I would say that if you feel more confident
using them, you won't find a pro that will
deny their worth!
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This fish hit a chrome 'trap w/red belly & red hooks
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