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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Metal Worm Rattle

   

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Fishermen have known for years that brass is the loudest metal you can use. Each Bass Pro Shops XPS Metal Worm Rattle is filled with 2 steel ball bearings and capped with a rigid point that won't break.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Purchase I would not fish without these rattles. Out catches plain plastic's 3-1. June 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy-add noisemaker Fasten the rattle with a bit of JB Weld to a spoon and you have a killer lure! Cheap and effective! April 26, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by works for a little bit these seem to take on water. they are loud and do work but after a little bit most of them fill with water and well stop working. if you use this product put some glue around where the rubber and metal meet. December 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by makes more noise than glass rattles I have used glass rattles for years, especially when I fish cloudy water, or at night. Then I tried the metal rattles, and wow what a difference! They really make more noise. Whenever I fish soft baits (especially worms) I always place a rattle inside for that extra edge. November 1, 2010
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how do you rig these

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Push pointed end into plastic worm, lizard, flippin bug, etc, until rattle is completely conceled. Most flippin bugs can fit two rattles.
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stick one in either end for wacky rigs or in between the hook eye and shank for a texas rig.
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depending on the worm rig you use, i just poke these in just above the jig head, or if im drop shotting i will stick one in the tail.
how to put it in a worm? just push it in where ever you want it. ive got these rattles in worms, swim baits, diving frogs, topwater frogs, i have handmade flies with these rattles in them!
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Slip them inside a plastic worm, or JB Weld them to a spoon.
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The cap material seems to be made out of plastic.

As for the weight, the metal rattles seem to run a little heavier than the glass rattles. Don't know specifically what they weigh.
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for weight ... a few grams nothing thats going to add enough weight to alter the performance of your lure and the cap is plastic. in a brass tube the plastic cap means its still loud and effective
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