Bullet Weights Tungsten Screw-in Worm Weights
Bad in the box
I found several of the plastic sleeves which are intended to protect the line, broken and laying in the unopened container. I tried one Wt. which was intact and the sleeve broke just screwing it into a plastic worm. And the screw is a left hand thread. DUH! I will be returning the ones I ordered and think BPS should correct the problem or stop selling them...
March 26, 2010
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
Best Weighted value!
these weights are truly a great innovative product, from your pro experience to the first time out bass fishing, the screw in design is simple and very effective! I live in florida, "black bass capital", and i have tested and approve this weight with absolute certainty to give your bait of choice the added stability you need for free fall or weed-cut-thro action. im not paid to write this, just truly enjoy this product and the bass catching fun it provides! thanks bass pro shops! yall have done it again!
July 7, 2010
I like them
These weights are great for using while flipping and pitching into brush. The sensitivity of the tungsten allows me to feel more in the water especially when combined with fluorocarbon line. The only thing I'm not particularly fond of about these weights are the little flimsy plastic tubes going through the weight and the spring. It always ends up on the outside of the spring after I've set the hook. When this happens I have to work it back through the groves of the spring to get it right again.
September 23, 2010