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Bullet Weights T-Stops

   

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18

Model:
STP18
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 704184

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100

Model:
STP110
  • $13.99

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Rubber Bullet Weights® T-Stops allow anglers to peg their weights anywhere on the line without tools. The "T" shape allows fishing line to lay straight through the sinker. Stops will peg up to a .062" hole. Made in USA

Bullet Weights® T-Stops 4.1 5 17 17
Work perfect I love these. The kind I got WERE rubber and they worked perfectly. It is a must have when using big weights for flippin/pitching. I just trim off all the extras so the bait swim true. Only regret is I didn't buy the 100 pack. May 5, 2012
Work Great Picked some up couple weeks ago and been using them on Strike King tungsten weights and 65# PowerPro. They hold very well in the thick cover we have in S Florida. They are rubber, I'm guessing the other reviews are from a bad batch or they were old and dry. April 6, 2012
Rubber stops They work pretty good for what I wanted, the only problem is that it did not go all of the way down. September 5, 2011
Not Rubber The ones I purchased last year were Rubber. They worked GREAT. I needed more this year so ordered them again. The picture shows the same ones I bought last year. They are connected in groups of 4 and you pull them apart to use one. They were Rubber. These are plastic, they have NO STRETCH at all to tighten down the weight on the line. If they can't go back to the rubber ones the picture should be changed because it isn't what you get. These are usless June 11, 2011
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soo ive seen a couple of comments about how these used to be made out of rubber now they are not what gives??????
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The ones I just got are rubber. Get them.
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