Bass Pro Shops® Tin Removable Split-Shot Sinkers
Stinker Of A Sinker
With the changing of the laws-Theres no comparison to the old lead sinkers-Lots of States do not allow you to use lead sinkers anymore-But the quickness of biting them on the way we all once did-is now a thing of the past-Because try biting into the new sinkers to close up on your line-you will break a tooth or your jaw-And the cost of these are unreal-Im going to convert over to using nuts instead-Because at $2.99 for 6 medium sized sinkers-Thats crazy-Whats the thoughts from other fisherman on these new sinkers-Before you know it-There going to say if you walk in one place-Then go to another-You can not get your feet in the water in the river or where ever it may be-because you could contaminate the river
March 2, 2012
I bought a few packs of these split shot for opening day thinking how bad could they be? Well, they don't crimp well and they slide too easily. There is a slight gap at the inner edge that causes this. I've used other "no lead" brands that did not have this problem. I'll use them up but won't buy these again.
April 14, 2011
worst purchase ever
The split shots made from tin are absolutely horrible! Hard to open and even harder to close. They constantly falling off the line. I will be sending all of them ASAP.
August 5, 2010
use these for multi purpose freshwater saltwater and they aremixed in with all my other splishots
they are decent sometimesslide down line but overall work
splitshots are splitshots
July 15, 2010
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