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Bass Pro Shops XPS Worm or Tube Rattles

   

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7 mm

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10

Tube Rattle

Model:
TR7-10
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 1009918

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50

Tube Rattle

Model:
TR7-50
  • $21.99

  • SKU: 1009924

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3 mm

3 mm

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10

Worm Rattle

Model:
FRB1
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 903235

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10

Worm Rattle

Model:
FRB2
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  • SKU: 903229

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Worm Rattle

Model:
FRB3
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  • SKU: 903232

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50

Worm Rattle

Model:
FRB51
  • $21.99

  • SKU: 903237

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4 mm

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50

Worm Rattle

Model:
FRB52
  • $21.99

  • SKU: 903231

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Worm Rattle

Model:
FRB53
  • $21.99

  • SKU: 903234

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Our Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Worm and Tube Rattles are the loudest rattle we've found. Designed with steel ball bearings inside a vacuum-sealed Pyrex® glass chamber, these loud XPS Rattles slide easily into your favorite soft plastic bait. The 7mm tube rattle features a rounded tip and flanged base.

Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Worm or Tube Rattles 4.4 5 29 29
shhhh! i have a totally positive review ....of the two that didn't come in broken. pick them up in the store, they are great. too fragile for shipping sales. August 4, 2012
Very pleased I'm very pleased with these worm rattles. I purchased the smallest size, and inserted it easily into a 5" thin Senko. It stayed in place through numerous casts. I don't know for sure if it made the worm any more enticing to the bass, but when the bite gets slow it's nice to have something extra to try to give you a little more confidence. Very nicely made, durable, easy to use, and they definitely rattle when you shake your worm! August 2, 2012
7mm rattles Glass Rattles were packed loosely in box and 14 of the 50 were broken. BPS shipped me replacements, no questions asked, the next day. Thats Service!!! October 17, 2011
Just what I was looking for Received on time with no broken rattles in package. Great size for craw style baits also. August 11, 2011
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I bought the smallest size rattle and easily inserted it into a 5" thin Yamamoto Senko worm. It stayed in place through numerous casts and rattles nicely when I shook the worm. Not sure what the bass thought of it, but it performs as advertised.
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Yes you can.get the 3mm size,they are the smaller size for thin worms or grubs.
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These aren't for skinny worms these are large tubes and craw baits
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It seems as though the description only mentions the diameter of the rattles (eg: 3mm, 4mm, 7mm).
Is this correct? and if so, how long are each of the rattles?
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just under 10 mm
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I would say about or no more than 1/4 inch
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3/8 OF AN INCH
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My guess from looking at them in my hand would be about 3/4 of an inch in length. I have the really short ones though.
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i have some 3mm and there about 1/4 of an inch ... i looked at the others and they are shorter as they get larger by about 1mm in length for 1mm of diamater
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can i tie this to a jig

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i am making homade jigs
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you can not tie these to a jig but they will fit easily into a jig
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There are better alternatives for jigs. But, if you must use this, I recommend getting some shrink tubing from a hardware store and put it on the shank of the hook after you have added your skirt.
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be hard to tie to any bait, more for inserting, if using a plastic trailer might be able to insert it
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they would not work don't have a way to put them in or on the hook
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No, these should be inserted into the soft plastics. There aren't any eyelets to tie off to. These should be added to your arsenal for any plastics you throw.

I find the smaller glass rattles to have the sound the fish like the best.

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