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Bass Pro Shops XPS Tube Rattle

   

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Call more fish to your lure with the Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Tube Rattle! Place inside your favorite tube bait, ahead of the hook. The Tube Rattle's rounded, flattened shape makes a great sound chamber—stays in, too!

Bass Pro Shops XPS Tube Rattle 4.1 5 10 10
Poor Quality When mine arrived, many of the rattles were split in "two" - like easter eggs, rendering them useless. The ones that were intact, just aren't very good. Because they are made with cheap plastic, their "rattle" or "sound" is severely muted, again defeating the purpose and rendering them useless. I imagine for some applications these might be OK - but not for mine. January 8, 2015
now i use it every time some guy i met while fishing showed me these. then after i bought em, they attracted fish, especially bass, like crazy. this is the secret to fish attracting July 29, 2008
These do the job PERFECTLY! I picked up a few packs of these the other day to use with small 3.5" Berkley Powerbait tubes. These rattles are a better fit than the slightly bigger/elongated glass rattles BPS sells for use with tubes. I love to fish weedless and these smaller rattles allow me to use a 3/0 EWG Gamakatsu to rig my tubes Texas Style, while leaving enough space between the hook's tip and the rattle on these small tubes to allow a proper hook set in the jaw of fiesty Smallmouth Bass. GREAT JOB BPS ON ANOTHER AWESOME PRODUCT!! September 14, 2010
Good rattle's These rattle's put out a good sound in tube bait's,the only draw-back is if you forget to take the rattle's out of the tube when your done the rattle's tend to melt inside the tube .If left in for too long they are ruined.So when your done fishing be sure to take the rattle out of your tube and you'll be fine.That's the only reason I gave them a four star rating. June 9, 2009
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If you "Texas" rig your tube (instead of using a tube jig head, then you simply insert the rattle into the bait, then hook your bait "Texas" style, and the rattle will remain inside your bait just fine.

Unless your plastic worm has a "pocket" or "belly" designed to have a rattle inserted, these would not work.
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To put them in a tube you simply shove them into the tube before you put you jig head into the tube. For a work you would need to either have a hollow worm or simply use a razor blade to make a small slice then then insert the rattle chamber.
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You would push it into the head of a tube before you put your hook in.
These are not made for worms.
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to put them in a worm just push em in the worm i like to put them up by the eye of the hook , as the fish tend to not hit that high up they tend to not break the rattler. i take a small tube of superglue and put them in tubes. you only need a tiny drop to hold the rattles in the tubes
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are these big enough to fit in a Zoom tube bait comfortably?
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It depends what size your Zoom tube is. I would estimate these would fit best in 3-5" tubes, but you may be able to cram them into a 2" tube too.
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these should work fine in a Zoom tube. Those Zoom products are all great ! Good Luck.
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they should fit and stay well. unless your tube is way to big.
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I'm going to be fishing them in 500ft of water and wondering if they can hold up to the pressure?
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These are made with cheap plastic, and would not stand up to any deep application.
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the force of pressure at 500 ft will crush these as they are not meant to go more than 50 feet or so ... they are intended for fresh water, not the depths of the sea
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