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Bass Pro Shops XPS Finesse Weights

   

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1/16 oz.

Natural

18

Model:
XPSFW116
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  • SKU: 1464870

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1/8 oz.

Natural

16

Model:
XPSFW18
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  • SKU: 1464873

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3/16 oz.

Natural

14

Model:
XPSFW316
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  • SKU: 1464874

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1/4 oz.

Natural

13

Model:
XPSFW14
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  • SKU: 1464872

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3/8 oz.

Natural

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Model:
XPSFW38
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  • SKU: 1464876

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1/2 oz.

Natural

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Model:
XPSFW12
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  • SKU: 1464871

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3/4 oz.

Natural

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Model:
XPSFW34
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  • SKU: 1464875

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1 oz.

Natural

5

Model:
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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Highly recommend I bought these as a replacement for egg sinkers used for freshwater striper fishing. Blowout has always been a problem for the deep-drop lines while bump trolling for the fish, and the streamlined design of these sinkers really made a noticeable difference. I intend to buy more in larger sizes to use to fish the tidal currents in the Florida Keys next spring. Based on present experience they'll not only work fine in tidal currents, but also should hang up less in reef rock and coral. November 8, 2010
Good design, holes too rough and small The slender design is great for Carolina rigging on rocky bottoms. The dowside is that the holes where the line passes through sometimes needs cleaned out as it is small and occassionally rough. I kind of worried about it damaging the line. No break-offs yet! March 18, 2011
Great For Finesse I use these for a quick and easy light weight Carolina Rig for finesse baits. They work great. November 23, 2014
Great For Different Types of Rigging I bought some of these weights in the 1/16 ounce size, and was impressed. This was another great BPS product that exceeded expectations. The slim, cylindrical profile allows it to easily slip through cover and rocks, while the large hole is easy to rig and peg with and does not fray or damage line. These are cheaply priced weights, and I know I will be buying more in other sizes. February 25, 2009
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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 2 smaller sizes are similar to the MoJo weights, but the heavier ones aren't as long as the MoJo, they're just fatter.
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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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