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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Finesse Weights

   

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1/16 oz.

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Model:
XPSFW116
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1/8 oz.

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XPSFW18
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3/16 oz.

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XPSFW316
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1/4 oz.

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XPSFW14
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3/8 oz.

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XPSFW38
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1/2 oz.

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XPSFW12
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3/4 oz.

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XPSFW34
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1 oz.

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XPSFW1
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The Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Finesse Weights feature a cylindrical design with a line guide through their center. The Finesse weight’s slender profile allows the weight to slide through heavy cover and rocks with ease making it ideal for Carolina or Texas rigging.
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Great Lead Weight Design Great weight design; I have been using these weights for about 6 months and they provide great feel and seemingly less hangups in the rocks; I keep several different sizes available all the time. :) March 12, 2014
weights These weights are great for carolina rigging, they come thru rocks,brush and other obstacles much better than regular weights. May 20, 2011
Finese weithts Good Weights no problems Much better than all the fancy new metals. Write your Senator and lets keep lead May 17, 2011
Assesment I have been using this combination for 10+ years and actually bought extra so I could share with friends. April 14, 2011
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Mojo makes weights that are intended for mojo rigging, and I would perfer to buy from BPS than to buy from their website. Although they are not actual mojo weights, are these weights those style of weights?
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The shape allows line to lay straight through the finesse weights (see photo), which appears to be the same style as the Mojo Slip Shot Sinkers, referred to as Mojo rigging system. Thank You!
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I wouldnt recomend using wieghts on spinner baits
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not sure how you'd use them without sacrificing action on your artificial lures. These sinkers slid up and down the line, and while you could peg them, they'd still not attached directly to the lure. Probably hook weights or weights that you insert into your lure would work better.
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They work great rigged Carolina style.
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sure, you could, but it would probably affect the action of a crankbait. A spinner bait, not so much.
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