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Bass Pro Shops XPS 60-Piece Worm Weight Kit

   

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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® 60-Piece Worm Weight Kit includes: 15- 1/16 oz., 12- 1/8 oz., 10- 3/16 oz., 10- 1/4 oz., 9- 5/16 oz., 4- 3/8 oz.

Bass Pro Shops XPS 60-Piece Worm Weight Kit 4.7 5 11 11
Bullet sinkers Sizes are fine but need to be filed and cleaned up so your line is not frayed as they slide on it. January 29, 2013
Very Satisfied This is a great purchase. I think this kit is simple and good. April 8, 2013
great purchase great for trolling best ever use it on 15 pound test March 23, 2011
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I only have a few tungsten weights left and I need some sinkers. If this is lead then how bad does it nick line? I have a couple old lead weights and they nick up my line like crazy.
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as far as i know, they don't! pick up a pack. i think you'll like 'em!
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I've used tungsten weights on occasion, but lead is what I use most often, and I've had no issues with line abrasion from these XPS lead weights.
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Prior to attaching a swivel clip or a hook, thread your line through the hole that runs through the center of the weight from the tip to the flat end. Then attach your swivel clip or hook.
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These are most often used for Texas Rigging soft plastic baits. Here is a good instructional article on Texas Rig fishing. http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/s...
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