Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Rattl'n Tube Weight
Easily slides into the body of most soft lures. Allows for versatility with hook choice, casting depth and noise.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by shark1998 Ideal Tube Weight The action speaks for itself on this lure. If any of you utilize lead worm weights for tube fishing you should really consider switching to this product. If you notice the action with lead worm weights you should see that the action is very limited. The Rattl'n tube has a very unique action (bounces all over the place when you pop it off the bottom# and doesn't spook fish if the worm weight is slightly different in color from the lure. The addition of the rattle chamber is excellent as well. It has a suttle rattle that draws in near bass but isn't overwhelming where it would spook even a finicky bass. If any of you have ever utilized the Phantom Tube Hooks from Owner you know that they work. However, Owners Phantom tubes easily come out of the tube after a strike and are a pain to reallign. I prefer the Rattl'n tube weights because they are Cheaper and easy to add and remove if you wish to switch up baits #i.e. going from tube on EWG 4/0 hook to a Senko with the same hook etc.). April 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by cuatlbin Best Weight/Rattle Combination Great weight/rattle combination. Open the holes a little more with a pair of needle nose pliers or tool for your hook, flatten the nose to prevent it pushing through the tube and you have a fantastic interior tube weight system. December 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by IRCFireMedic Great These things are awesome! Beats the heck out of re tieing a jig everytime. May 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by angryjohn great product could use a little quality control I ordered these to run with the BPS tubes and they work great. The tube floats, and needs some weight to get down. This size worked well on the lake, as it got the tube down, but at a good slow rate. The only issue i have is the holes for the hook required clean out as the molding process left a lot of slag in the holes. Not a big problem. April 24, 2012
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Details:I like fishing with really small tubes, (1 1/2"), and I'm concerned these wouldn't fit. Would I need a bigger tube?
A:The 1/8 and 3/16 weights are both about 1 and 1/32". I haven't used them in that small of a tube, typically I use them in 3 1/2 and 4" tubes.
A:Typically with a 2/0 EWG Trokar TK 110 for a 3 1/2" Tube and a 3/0 for the 4" Tubes
Top 50 Contributor
A:put the weight inside the tube and then run your hook through the top of the tube, feeling for the hole in the side of the weight and rig texas style. These really work in stained and muddy water where you need to get fish to zero in on the bait or wherever there are crawfish around!
Top 25 Contributor
A:Easy - shove the thing all the way in the tube with the holes facing the front. Stick the hook through the nose of the tubes and find the second hole by scraping the hook tip along the sides of the rattle. once you find it, just shove the hook through and rig it.
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