Gambler Pro Rat'lin Sinkers
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Gambler® Pro Rat'lin Sinkers are a brass worm weight with an actual brass rattle inside.
Gambler® Pro Rat'lin Sinkers
When A Gambler Can't Lose
I fish the Harris Chain of Lakes nearly every day. I love to work the most dense grass I can find and flip it during the highest summer sun, usually between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. To get a bite in these conditions you must put together an approach that gets these sluggish big boys to respond. That's where the Gambler Pro Rattlin' sinkers pay for themselves.
Dropping in on a hole in this grass must be done with finesse but once you're in his zone you need to trigger that bite. Just the simplest twitch of the rod tip sends a muted cha cha cha sound throughout the front porch, backyard, and entire neighborhood. The strike can be instant and usually pretty fierce.
The bass seem to attack the bait rather than gently lip it. I'm banking on the noise of that Gambler Rattlin' weight being my edge.
My big fish to date is 7'8 but I've not fished a spawn here yet. However I have to believe if I can get these hawgs to eat in the dead of summer I can put a hurt on them come winter time.
June 7, 2012
The Pro rattlin weights are great when you need that little extra to get a reaction strike. They are better in the summer when the fish get on that offshore structure and they aren't aggresively feeding.If you are around brush the Florida Rig weights with the rubber center will help keep you from hanging hung up. Again a great product.
April 8, 2012
wrong reviews for this product
I bought this product , thinking it was the weights with the rubber core and the threader. THIS IS NOT THAT PRODUCT.the reviews below are for a florida rig that has a rubber core. AFTER WAITING 2 MONTHS FOR BACK-ORDER TO COME, I GET SOMETHING THAT I'LL HAVE 2 USE TOOTHPIC. WATCH WHAT YOU ARE ORDERING.
June 26, 2009
I found it very easy to use if you use your needle nose pliers to push the threader through.
Simply insert the tip with the line threaded and use your pliers at the base of the needle to push it through the lead. Any plastic pushed out can be pulled right off. When used with a bait like the swimming senko it stays firm to the head of the bait.
January 5, 2009
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