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Bullet Weights® Screw-in Worm Sinker Weights

   

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Size Product Color Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

1/16 oz.

Natural

4

Model:
FR116

1/16 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRP116 BLK

2/0

Red

4

Model:
FRP116-TRD

1/16 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
FRP116-GRP

1/8 oz.

Natural

4

Model:
FR18

1/8 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRP18 BLK

3/0

Red

4

Model:
FRP18-TRD

1/8 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
FRP18-GRP

3/16 oz.

Natural

4

Model:
FR316

3/16 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRP316 BLK

4/0

Red

4

Model:
FRP316-TRD

3/16 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
FRP316 GRP

1/4 oz.

Natural

4

Model:
FR14

1/4 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRP14 BLK

1/4 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
FRP14 GRP

5/16 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRP516 BLK

3/8 oz.

Black

3

Model:
FRP38 BLK

1/2 oz.

Black

3

Model:
FRP12 BLK

3/4 oz.

Black

2

Model:
FRP34 BLK

1 oz.

Black

2

Model:
FRP1 BLK
The Screw-in Weights from Bullet Weights are perfect for any angler that wants to eliminate line twist, toothpicks, and rubber bands from their rigs. Extremely popular for finesse wormnin', the Screw-in Weight's small corkscrew device allows simple pegging and anchoring of plastic baits against the weight.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by good purchase i love these screw in weights but the plastic white that the line goes thru needs to be made of stronger plastic as it breaks loose from the weight way too often..fix that and i would give it 5 stars November 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product These screw in weights are great for making soft plastics weedless. Used in conjunction with a worm hook a plastic worm can be reeled through grass and weeds without getting hung up. October 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Handy item These screw in weights really make a very good setup. I use them with a little 4 inch Powerbait. October 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by A Bass Fisherman's Opinion Easy to use for a Florida rig. Good for casting soft plastic worms or crawfish. Screws in via a spring and thin plastic tube insert for a line. On the down side, quality control could be greatly improved because the plastic insert frays and breaks more readily than the ones made much earlier. The rattling option, which previous screw-in bullet weights offered, no longer seems to be available, which is a definite minus. The price has gone up and the quantity as well as the quality have gone down. March 1, 2013
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I can see how it attaches to the worm but where does the eye of the hook go if you have the weight screwed into the end of the worm?
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Put the point of the hook through the end of the worm just as you would a regular Texas rig. Bring the point out about 1/2 inch from the end of the worm. The eye of the hook is inside the worm. Then screw the weight in.
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When you Texas rig your worm, just slide it 1/4 inch or so past the eye of the hook so the screw stops when it touches the worm rather than the eye. You'll need to bring the hook farther down into the worm before you turn it out.
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Push the worm about 1/2 inch above the eye and screw the weight down into the worm.
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This is not a Texas rig. The weight stays attached to the soft plastic of your choice. Just pull the eye of the hook further down into the soft plastic so the weight can screw into the soft plastic.
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lizards - yes
crawdads - yes
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I've used them on all types of worms and I use the red ones on Money Craws or red worms. You could probably use lure paint to match them up to about anything. I also tip my plastics with JJ's Magic dye in chartreuse, methiolate or clear, and it is a killer combination.
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Yes. They can be used on all soft plastcs. They are excellent.
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Yes, The weight staying attached to the soft plastic gives the tail or claws more upward action which drives the bass crazy.
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