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Bass Pro Shops Tungsten Nail Weights

   

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1/32 oz.

Natural

10

Model:
TNW32
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1590787

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1/16 oz.

Natural

10

Model:
TNW16
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1590788

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Give your soft plastics a more natural presentation with the Bass Pro Shops® Tungsten Nail Weights. Perfect for balancing a rigged jerkbait to achieve a natural-looking fall, our Tungsten Nail Weights can also be used to tail-weight finesse worms for a tail-first fall that triggers hits from shy, following fish.

Bass Pro Shops® Tungsten Nail Weights 3.8 5 4 4
BPS Tungsten Nail Weights Downsizing weights provides greater space management and modifications to presentations. July 20, 2010
Great product I use these with a Strike King Ocho, wackey rigged, put one weight right in the middle of the worm. creates good action and gets a little deeper. June 14, 2010
good product i like the nail weight because it allows me to adjust the rate of fall depending on what the fish want. when i put the nail weight in the middle of the bait, under the o ring it doesn't alter the way i expect the bait to fall in respect to the wacky style. April 27, 2010
tungsten nail weights I would not recommend them do to they are'nt heavy enough to get them deep. They need to be 1/4 weight or heavier to get them down deep like 10 to 20 feet. The light ones that I got takes all day and the current carry's them all over and you do'nt feel the bait. April 6, 2010
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