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Bass Pro Shops® Faceted Glass Beads

   

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6 mm

Red

25

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BPS375-587706
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6 mm

Clear

25

Model:
BPS369-587506
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8 mm

Red

25

Model:
BPS376-587708
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8 mm

Clear

25

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BPS370-587508
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10 mm

Red

25

Model:
BPS162
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These light reflecting Faceted Glass Beads have many sides to them and are extremely popular with bass and walleye fisherman. Proven fish-attractors that will not cut your line and are virtually unbreakable, these Faceted Glass Beads are critical components for Carolina rigging. When paired with another Faceted Glass Bead or a weight, these flashy glass beads create a loud clanking noise.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by glass beads standard beads I have used for years on my carolina rigs they work very well. The price is a little steep for the number of beads you get. April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by These Are The Beads To Use I use these beads in Red, 8mm on all my T rigs and Carolina rigs. Have tried the plastic ones, but they scratch up and get crummy with some use. The glass beads hold up well, have a better flash, and seems to make a better click. Some have said the glass will chip, but I havn't had that happen. In addition to protecting the knot, they seem to add a little to the rig - at least the bass think so. August 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Drop shoting When I drop shot in dirty/murkey water I always put two red beads just above the drop shot weight making a clicking sound and have increased my bass hits. In clear water I use the clear beads with the same results. June 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does job Does as advertised. Not easily broken. There beads and I like the facet cut adds light. October 11, 2011
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Swivel with bead C Rig?

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Can someone in the know please explain to me why you have to have a swivel. I like to make a quick and adjustable C-rig with those little rubber stoppers to hold the weight and bead at a distance….so why would a swivel benefit me??
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I have used bobber stops as well. You don't have to use a swivel unless you are trolling, then you will see that by design the lizard, fluke, etc. will spin giving you lots of problems with line twist.
I frequently use the rig as you do with bobber stoppers, for quick adjustments, I call it the Modified Carolina Rig and it's quite handy.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. If you wanted to when you are rigging as a Carolina Rig, you would attach a swivel to the opposite end of the leader length with an improved clinch knot. Tie the line to the swivel through one of the line eyes. Make sure to pull the knot down tightly and trim excess line from the knot.
Slide a bullet weight onto the end of your main line so that the point is facing up the line. Place a metal, glass or plastic bead onto the line below the bullet weight.

Attach the main line to the swivel using another improved clinch knot. The main line will attach to the eye on the opposite side of the swivel to the one used for the length of leader.

Read more at Trails.com: How to Use Fishing Beads | Trails.com http://www.trails.com/how_31590_use-fishing-beads.html#ixzz30VXgzfna
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What size for Texas-rig?

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What size bead would be good for T-rig with an 1/8 oz bullet sinker? I'm more interested in sound than sight.
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The bead should be roughly the same size as the base of the slip sinker you are using.
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I always use the red glass faceted 8mm beads for T rigs.
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Night fishing

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How helpful would these be night fishing tex style ?
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For day or night I use the red glass faceted 8mm beads for T rigs.
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These beads could be helpful if you are looking to add sound to your Texas rig while night fishing. The added noise may be able to help bass find your lure from farther distances than normal.
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They clearly would not reflect light but if you had two of them or one with a weight they would create a clacking noise.
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