Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Finesse Weights
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.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by carolinacranker favorite c- rig weight I'm not one for throwing the carolina rig but when I do I have these finesse weights on they go through grass and rocks with ease and a lot fewer hang ups which means less break offs and money saved which everybody likes that March 18, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by daddylee perfect for me These wieghts are the only wieghts i use.I fish only for bass and panfish i have a unique way of using these wieght,and it is very efective,I dont no anyone that catch as many fish as i do November 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rapsmith 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by vmirudy Perfect for carolina rigs I have used these weights for three years carolina rig fishing and they don't get hung up on trash as much as cone shaped hooks. A great deal too. Occassionally I get one or two in a pack that the holes are too small so I use an awl to expand them and they have no snags. October 6, 2010
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A:I wouldnt recomend using wieghts on spinner baits
A: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.
A:They work great rigged Carolina style.
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