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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.
Good idea, but...
This is a good concept but I have found them to be less than I expected with use. They aren't the easiest to use and take some time to screw into the lure. I have also had a problem with the screw and tube breaking off of the weight, often when I am trying to put the lure on the weight.
The idea is good but could use some quality improvement.
July 26, 2012
not happy anymore
I've been buying these weights for years and very satisfied but year after year the price keeps going up that's not the problem its the quality there made so cheap now a days there falling apart I use to fish a all day tournament with one or two weights, fished one last week and went through over half a dozen, there just falling apart - wish they made them like in the past.
June 17, 2012
The bullet weights with the screw in feature are a nice touch, like the Florida rigs of old, they keep weight in contact with the plastic when negotiating moderate to heavy cover situations. They also come in several colors to better match with lure.
May 15, 2012
DO NOT BUY!
this product is one of the worst i have ever bought from bass pro and should be removed immediatly. the tube breaks, the spring nicks the line and also rips the lure. do yourself and your soft plastics a favor and do not buy these. they need to be improved tremendously and immediatly. it is a good idea but was not made well at all.
August 26, 2011
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.
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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