Bullet Weights Tungsten Screw-in Worm Weights

   

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1/8 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRTGNP18-BLK
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  • SKU: 1323387

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1/8 oz.

Green Pumpkin

4

Model:
FRTGNP18 GRP
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  • SKU: 1743277

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3/16 oz.

Black

4

Model:
FRTGNP316-BLK
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  • SKU: 1323388

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3/16 oz.

Green Pumpkin

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Model:
FRTGNP316 GRP
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  • SKU: 1743278

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1/4 oz.

Black

3

Model:
FRTGNP14-BLK
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  • SKU: 1323389

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1/4 oz.

Green Pumpkin

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Model:
FRTGNP14 GRP
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  • SKU: 1743279

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3/8 oz.

Black

3

Model:
FRTGNP38-BLK
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  • SKU: 1323390

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3/8 oz.

Green Pumpkin

3

Model:
FRTGNP38 GRP
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Bullet Weights® Tungsten Screw-in Worm Weights are dense, hard tungsten weights whose smaller profile eliminates line twist and keeps you from having to use toothpicks and rubber bands. Screw-in design for simple pegging and anchoring of bait.

Bullet Weights Tungsten Screw-in Worm Weights 4.3 5 15 15
handy I like the feel you get with the tungsten weights. It seems to help you pick up even the most subtle bites. For me, I seem to have fewer hang-ups with the weight tight to the head of the worm. The screw in feature works great and is simple to use. October 27, 2014
worm weights I would like to be able to recommend these screw-in worm weights, however, I cannot figure out how to use them. I have asked many Old Timer Fishing Men and they also had no idea how they work. Can you send me some info that would explain how to use them.l I purchased them because in you catalog it said "eliminates line twist". However, at this time they are useless. Any information on their use would be much appreciated. July 5, 2012
Keeps from hanging up Flipped and pitched a full day and never lost a sinker. Flipped in very heavy cover and grass and had great success. May 4, 2012
Almost 5 stars These weights perform better than any I've seen. If only they weren't so dang expensive. July 1, 2011
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im wondering how to rig this the discription doesnt give any details. do you screw it into the worm? how does the hook attatch to this?
5 years, 8 months ago
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yes, you insert the plastic tube into the bait until you touch the spring. Then you continue to screw the bait on to the bait until it hits the weight. Then it is secure and is ready to fish
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The hook doesnt attach. I use them for texas style rig and like these because they dont slide all over. You put the weight on the line as you would a typical bullet, then your hook. When you put the hook into your plastic bait, you have to put it in deeper than usual so the eyelet is about a 1/4" into the head of your worm or whatever youre using so the weight screw has room to go in also. You just twist it into the bait till the base of the bullet is flat agaist the bait and thats it.
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Put worm on hook leaving about a quarter inch overlapping hook knot and screw directly into worm
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Rig your bait texas style or exposed widw gap hook and you screw the bait into the lure.Almost like rigging a slip sinker but it stays in place
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My favorite, the Florida rig. I screw it into the worm and in many of my soft baits.
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Slide the line thru the small end of the sinker, thru the wire that looks like a spring, then tie to the hook. Rig your soft plastic Texas Rigged with the eye of the hook about a quarter inch into the top of the plastic. Screw the weight into the top of the plastic and you're good to go.
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