Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Tungsten Worm Weights

   

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1/8 oz.

Unpainted

4

Model:
18TWW

3/16 oz.

Unpainted

4

Model:
316TWW

1/4 oz.

Unpainted

3

Model:
14TWW

5/16 oz.

Unpainted

3

Model:
516TWW

3/8 oz.

Unpainted

3

Model:
38TWW

1/2 oz.

Unpainted

2

Model:
12TWW

1/8 oz.

Black

4

Model:
18TWWB

3/16 oz.

Black

4

Model:
316TWWB

1/4 oz.

Black

3

Model:
14TWWB

5/16 oz.

Black

3

Model:
516TWWB

3/8 oz.

Black

3

Model:
38TWWB

1/2 oz.

Black

2

Model:
12TWWB

1/8 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
18TWWGP

3/16 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
316TWWGP

1/4 oz.

Green Pumpkin

3

Model:
14TWWGP

5/16 oz.

Green Pumpkin

3

Model:
516TWWGP

3/8 oz.

Green Pumpkin

3

Model:
38TWWGP

1/2 oz.

Green Pumpkin

2

Model:
12TWWGP

1/8 oz.

Red

4

Model:
18TWWR

3/16 oz.

Red

4

Model:
316TWWR

1/4 oz.

Red

3

Model:
14TWWR

5/16 oz.

Red

3

Model:
516TWWR

3/8 oz.

Red

3

Model:
38TWWR

1/2 oz.

Red

2

Model:
12TWWR

1/8 oz.

Watermelon Seed

4

Model:
18TWWWS

3/16 oz.

Watermelon Seed

4

Model:
316TWWWS

1/4 oz.

Watermelon Seed

3

Model:
14TWWWS

5/16 oz.

Watermelon Seed

3

Model:
516TWWWS

3/8 oz.

Watermelon Seed

3

Model:
38TWWWS

1/2 oz.

Watermelon Seed

2

Model:
12TWWWS
  • Insert-free to allow greater sensitivity and easier line threading
  • Environmentally safe
  • Lead-free weights are 95% tungsten and 5% nickel
  • Heavier tungsten lets you downsize
  • Bullet shaped Worm Weights slip through cover naturally
  • Concave base cradles the worm in place

Our XPS® Tungsten weights are now insert-free to allow greater sensitivity and easier line threading, particularly of thicker diameter lines. Environmentally safe, lead-free weights are 95% tungsten and 5% nickel. Since tungsten is much heavier and harder than lead, you can downsize your offerings, keep contact with the bottom, and increase sound attraction! Our bullet shaped Worm Weights slip through cover naturally, with a concave base to cradle the worm in place.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Environmentally friendly Decided to make the switch from lead. Bass Pro products have always been as good if not better than a lot of the so-called name brands and they're definitely a lot less pricey. Don't feel as bad about breaking off one or two now. October 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by its all good they get the job done and that's all you can ask anything to do October 16, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Purchase I rated this 4 only because of the high price of tungsten compared to lead. But tungsten is far more sensitive than lead, and far more "green" for the environment. I only use BPS tungsten in tournaments. September 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tungsten bullet weights No longer use lead weights since switching to tungsten. The smaller comparative size to equal weight(with lead) plus the sensitive feedback and feel gets my vote every time. May 22, 2013
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A tungsten weight will be a lot smaller than the same weight lead weight as tungsten has a higher density, which allows you to keep a smaller profile while doing the same job.
Tungsten is also much harder than lead which causes a tungsten weight to make more noise when it comes in contact with structure such as rocks.
Tungsten is a lot more expensive than lead, which is the main downside to using tungsten, but the advantages tungsten offers make this negligible in a lot of situations. The other downside that can occur with the tungsten weights is I've come across a few brands that were not made all that well, causing line fraying and ultimately breakage issues, but many brands have encountered this issue and resolved it.
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Tungsten is a smaller more condense substance than lead which is in regular bullet weights. So it is a smaller weight but has the same weight as regular lead weights
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can someone tell me the one best universal color to use?

why would i want to use different colors?
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Color to me is mainly a confidence aspect of a worm weight, though I generally only have black, brown & green pumpkin with me when fishing as those three colors will cover most of what I throw 90% of the time.
To be honest I'll just as soon throw an unpainted weight as compared to one that is colored.
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For different applications, water temps, water clarity, and different baits. And black is the best all around color for weights
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I go with black.
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Doesn't make that much difference. I personally like black.
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blend in with water conditions as well as the color of bait you are using
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To match an individual color scheme of the particular bait you're using.
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help the bait look more realistic and catch the more finicky bigger fish (match the hatch)
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I usually go with pumpkin or watermelon. Thats because the baits I usually use are those colors. Its best to try to match the weight color with the bait color so the fish dont see it as unnatural (even tho theres an obvious hook sticking out of it lol)

So it depends on what color baits you mainly use. I also like black when I'm fishing stained water because the contrast helps draw their attention in murky water
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The different colors listed are colors that are or are similar to the most popular soft plastic colors used for bass fishing. Using a color that is very similar or is the same color as the soft plastic that you are throwing helps to not spook the fish, especially those that are finicky. Saying this, it's hard to recommend a "one best universal color to use". The reason being is that a red or black color will not look quite right with a pumpkinseed colored soft plastic and vice versa.
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how many are in a package?

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1/8 oz - 4
3/16 oz - 4
1/4 oz - 3
5/16 oz - 3
3/8 oz - 3
1/2 oz - 2
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There are three to a pkg.
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it depends on the size weight you order I know 3 weights come in the 1/4 size. pack
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4 (four)
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Depends on what size you buy; it varies.
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