Bass Pro Shops XPS Walleye Angler Blade Spacer for Spinner Rigs
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Made of buoyant foam, our Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Walleye Angler® Blade Spacers for Spinner Rigs feature hologram baitfish finishes, to give an incredible ''live'' look to your spinner rigs and snells. Saves time and looks more realistic than standard bead strings, and the knurled end promotes maximum spinner blade action. Designed by pro staffers Gary Parsons and Keith Kavajecz, these extremely light Walleye Angler Blade Spacers are available in 2 sizes, Small (1-1/8''L x 3/16''W) and Large (1-3/8''L x 1/4''W).
- Designed by Gary Parsons and Keith Kavajecz
- Made of buoyant foam
- Ultra-realistic hologram baitfish finishes
- Knurled end for maximum blade action
- Available in 2 sizes
Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Walleye Angler® Blade Spacer for Spinner Rigs
I purchased both sizes of these spacers for their looks and these look really good, but upon testing, I found them to be much less bouyant than expected
They all are quite light, but actually sink
September 10, 2012
OUTSTANDING WORM HARNESS
SAW THE BOYS FROM NEXTBITE USING THESE SO I DECIDED TO BUILD OF FEW WORM HARNESSES OF MY OWN. FIRST TIME OUT DAD AND I CAUGHT MORE WALLEYE THAN WE EVER HAD, MAY NEVER USE ANYTHING ELSE FOR MY BOTTOM BOUNCING. MY CONFIDENCE IS HIGH USING THESE, THEY WILL CATCH FISH. GREAT PRODUCT!!
June 8, 2011
I recently made a couple rigs with the small size fire tiger,then took bass pro xps quike change clevis,and added a Northland Baitfish Image blade in the yellow perch.Put it all on some 14# flourocarbon with 2 snelled hooks,makes an awsome rig caught alot of walleye.
June 3, 2008
I was tired of bite off's on my spinning rigs. I went from mono to fireline and was still loosing to many rigs. Finally I went to wire rigs. Adding the small spacers near the end was the final touch that worked the best. On my last trip to Canada I caught over 50 fish in less than two hours of spinning. Returning to the lodge nearly every other person had caught less than five fish. The presentation is a cast using light fireline (6 pound) letting the spinner sink a little ( I add to it a very light sinker in line) while back trolling and as it begins to move hold on!
Cast towards weeds edges and over structure. It was deadly. I caught every species with this. Use a bottom bouncer for deeper spots too.
September 17, 2006
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