Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Clam Shot Weights
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.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by WhiteRockFisherman Excellent split shot A long overdue innovation. We all love using split shot, but like any other sinker, it has a tendency to hang up your rig and force a break-off. This slimmer design allows your rig to slip through cracks and crevices in cover without as many hang-ups. June 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jerkb8 better than a shot! went through the rocks much better than a split shot of the same size. May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by landlord clam shot They are very easy to use and the natural color is good. Keeps fish from biting them and on the bait. April 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DanG1 Pleased with product & service. These are the only split shot I use anymore. They stay on the line and in place so much better. Just wish there was a few larger sizes. The only place I have found them is a Bass Pro Shop and I hope they are never discontinued. May 31, 2012
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Details:It's difficult to order a size when the number of ounces is not listed!
Top 50 Contributor
A: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.
Details:Can these be used to add weight to a lite lure when casting from shore
Top 1000 Contributor
A: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.
A: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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