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Bass Pro Shops Split Rings

   

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1

Nickel

11

25

Diameter:
4.5 mm

Model:
SR25-1
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261757

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Red

11

20

Diameter:
4.5 mm

Model:
SRR20-1
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 989425

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2

Nickel

18

25

Diameter:
5.5 mm

Model:
SR25-2
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261758

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2

Red

18

20

Diameter:
5.5 mm

Model:
SRR20-2
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 989431

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3

Nickel

22

25

Diameter:
6.0 mm

Model:
SR25-3
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261759

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3

Red

22

20

Diameter:
6.0 mm

Model:
SRR20-3
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 989432

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4

Nickel

33

25

Diameter:
7.5 mm

Model:
SR25-4
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261760

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4

Red

33

16

Diameter:
7.5 mm

Model:
SRR16-4
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 989433

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5

Nickel

40

25

Diameter:
8.5 mm

Model:
SR25-5
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261761

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5

Red

40

10

Diameter:
8.5 mm

Model:
SRR10-5
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 989435

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6

Nickel

55

20

Diameter:
10.0 mm

Model:
SR20-6
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261762

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6

Red

55

10

Diameter:
10.0 mm

Model:
SRR10-6
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 989437

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7

Nickel

62

15

Diameter:
11.0 mm

Model:
SR15-7
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261763

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8

Nickel

66

15

Diameter:
12.0 mm

Model:
SR15-8
  • $2.99

  • SKU: 261764

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Bass Pro Shops® 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.

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very good product i like theese soo much i usually change old ones with theese i suggest theese as a good buy March 31, 2009
Works for me I too was concerned that these rings may be weak so I put them to test. I tied 50 lb braid to each side and used my Berkley 50 lb scale to see where it failed (#2 ring). Unfortunately my top brand braid never made it past 30 lbs. The ring always started to deform around 20-22 lbs but never failed. I use the rings for bass fishing crankbaits and feel they will hold up fine. The #2 size is almost to small for even the smallest crankbaits. I recommend size #3 or #4. July 19, 2010
Dude, where's my split rings? My 20-pack only had 11 rings in it. Quality is okay. February 28, 2010
Weak rings These rings are weak! I bought #2 in both red nd chrome. Also bought #4 in both colors. 6lb fishing line is stronger than #2, 8lb fishing line stronger than #4! I lost a 3lb fish fish on the #2, then lost a 6-8lb fish on the #4! Both straighten out and failed! I don't recommend these rings! I should've bought Owner Hyperwire! Thought I was saving couple bucks (bought these at BPS store on Clearance for .99). Now I know better. I guess you get what you pay for! July 20, 2013
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i want red ones if they're really better, but just want to know if nickel are just as good.
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I use on crankbaits. Red with red treble hook. Black or chrome with regular hooks. I get more strikes! I put red ones in front close to where the gills would be.
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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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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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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
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Size 8 hook I use #2 or #3.
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I used #2 ring to attach size 6 treble and thought they were a little small. I think the #2 ring would work fine on a size 8 treble
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small
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Number 1 would be smaller than say Number 4.
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Smallest.
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It is the smallest size .
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Number 3 is good all around size.
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2" I'd use #2. 3-4" I'd use #3. 5" I'd use #4. Go with Owner Hyperwire.
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Overall, a number 4 fits the bill with number 3 for lighter lures and number 5
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I use #3 rings for size 6 & 4 trebles.
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Not sure what size #1, #2, #3, etc. means. Is the size measureable in fractions of an inch, or in millimeters?
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Millimeters! #1 is about 4.5mm, #2 is about 5.5mm, #3 is about 6.5mm, etc.
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I would use a number 3.
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Use a size 4 treble and #3 or #4 ring.
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