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Bass Pro Shops XPS Worm or Tube Rattles

   

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10

Tube Rattle

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TR7-10
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Tube Rattle

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TR7-50
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Worm Rattle

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FRB1
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Worm Rattle

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FRB2
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Worm Rattle

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FRB3
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Worm Rattle

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FRB51
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Worm Rattle

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FRB52
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Worm Rattle

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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 4.5 5 35 35
great rattle these are great rattles with great sound. the only thing wrong is it is so hard to jam the rattle in all worms. i found a great way so that you dont have to go through the hassle of putting these rattles in the worm. 1 get some scotch tape and a wide gap hook 2 take 2 or 1 rattle aand tape together 3 then take taped rattles and tape to the shank of the hook this is a great way to add rattles to any soft plastic bait quick and easy good luck!!! March 24, 2008
great product I shove a couple of'em inside my favorite frogs. That click, click just adds ammo to an already deadly bait. When hopping the frog thru heavy slop, it helps if the Bass can hear it too. June 27, 2010
Excellent These worm rattles help me produce at least twice as many bass as I can produce without them, pretty neat! January 6, 2013
Attract More Strikes I went Walleye and Smallmouth fishing the other day with 4 and 5 inch swimbaits (Vertical Jigging). Only caught 1 Smallmouth and 1 Walleye in the first hour when I remembered having the 5 mm Worm and 7 mm Tube Rattles in my Tackle Bag. I put a Worm rattle into the 4 inch bait and a Tube rattle into the 5 inch bait. Fished the same deep holes in the river and in the next hour and a half I caught 6 more Smallmouth and 4 more Walleye. Catch and Release is fun once you already have your limit of fish. That first hour seemed to drag on and the last hour and a half just flew by. Catching is so much more fun than Fishing. December 26, 2012
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im using 3.75 tubes with jig heads
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The weights are inside a vacuum-sealed Pyrex® glass chamber
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no ,you need the rattles with the collar on them [,northland single barrel ]
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Yes you can I would use the 3mm or smaller on a narrow soft plastic. I put mine on smaller plastic in between the hook point and the eye of the hook.
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As long as you have about 3/4 and inch of plastic , you can squeeze a 3mm rattle in there and catch a lot more fish.
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Experimenting with the Rattles is your best bet. Get Worm Rattles in the small package of 10 each in the 3, 4 and 5 mm Diameters. Start with the 3 mm and work your way up in size until the bait tears. Placement will depend on how the bait is rigged.

And don't forget the old saying, "If you want to catch bigger fish, use bigger bait." You might need to go to "fatter" baits.

So go fishing, experiment and have fun.
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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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They are roughly 3/4 of an inch the 3&4mm which is what I use.
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I have the 5 mm and 7 mm Rattles and they are about 1/2 inch long. I use 4 inch to 6 inch "Fat" grubs and swimbaits so the Rattles fit Side-Way into the bait. For "Skinny" baits insert the Rattle Long-Way into the bait.
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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 could use shrink tubing for elec. wiring to attach it to the hook. So yes I think it would work very well for that.
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I would not Tie on. Rather, I would use a Waterproof Glue. Duco cement is widely available in Craft Stores and a 2-3 oz. Tube is only about $3. I use it tying streamers and wooly-buggers.
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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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