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Bass Pro Shops XPS Clam Shot Weights

   

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4

Natural

25

Model:
BPEGS4
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  • SKU: 1464884

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5

Natural

40

Model:
BPEGS5
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1464885

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6

Natural

50

Model:
BPEGS6
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1464886

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7

Natural

60

Model:
BPEGS7
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1464887

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8

Natural

70

Model:
BPEGS8
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1464888

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9

Natural

75

Model:
BPEGS9
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1464889

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10

Natural

100

Model:
BPEGS10
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1464883

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Whether your fishing live bait rigged below a bobber or a small jig or fly fished in moving water, the Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Clam Shot Weights are a practical choice. These clam-shaped weights are easier to adjust and remove than standard split-shots, and their shape also makes them snag-resistant. Plus, Clam Shot Weights won't inhibit presentation or casting.

Bass Pro Shops XPS Clam Shot Weights 4.5 5 17 17
Beats the other kind Far fewer hang ups with these, and you can open them with your fingernail if you don't close them with pliers which you shouldn't cause it would damage your mono. June 8, 2011
Better than split shot Each year I take a break from Bass fishing for a week long trip to central Florida to fish for Bream and Shellcracker (Red-Eared Sunfish). I saw these clam-shell sinkers at Bass-Pro a few years ago and have found them far superior to regular split shot. Using light line its easy to pinch too hard and weaken the line. The clam-shell shape affords a larger surface area to contact the line resulting in better hold with less pressure. The tapered shape also reduces hang-ups by sliding over snags/weeds more easily. All in all, a far superior product. April 10, 2011
Nice weedless weight I like these compared to the ball type because the collect less weeds. The only problem is that if you crimp these on with pliers these is pretty mcuh no way to uncrimp them. they're stuck on there and using pliers to get them off mangles them to the point where you cant use it anymore. Your best bet is to crimp these on by hand so that you can pry them off with your nails later. September 12, 2011
Best Split Shot These blow away regular/removable split shot. They are smooth on the inside and out (think like Pac-man) so they don't get hung up on grass or rocks. They literally come thru anything. I'm cheap so when I remove them I just toss them in my pocket. After a pile has accumulated I use two razor blades to re-open them for another day on the water. Highly recommend! November 23, 2013
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It's difficult to order a size when the number of ounces is not listed!
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Split shot weights vary somewhat by manufacturer, but generally speaking: size 7 = 1/16 oz; size 4 = 1/8 oz.; size 3 = 3/16 oz.; size 2 = 1/4 oz.; and size 1 = 3/8 oz. The remaining sizes are in-between weights.
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Can these be used to add weight to a lite lure when casting from shore
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Yes they can be used to add a little weight to a lure. Just be aware that it may cause the action of your lure to change a bit, but in some cases that improves the lures attraction. Good Luck.
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These would work well if you are planing on adding weight to the line in front of the lure. For actually adding weight to the lure body itself I would doubt if it would work.
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not when casting. however could be used in trolling with small crankbaits
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