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.

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Texas Rigs Weights Great kit for fishing different size worms from a 10 inch power worm to 4 inch sticko. Great value in lead, and provides support for a range of applications. I even use the smallest in front of a fly in alaska for Sockeye. August 4, 2008
Great starter kit. I couldnt afford all the tungsten weights so i bought this kit, and it has so much versatility has a weight for every application, please buy this you'll like it. June 8, 2008
What a deal The Bass Pro Shops XPS 60-Pc Worm Weight Kit is great. It is small enought to fit in a pocket if you are fishing from the shore and do not want to carry a tackel box and it will not take up much room in your tackle box November 14, 2006
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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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