Gambler Pro Rat'lin Sinkers
I use these in north Louisiana and they help me catch fish when my buddy's are not catching anything. I bought the weights the first part of this year, my buddy's was using the plane worm weights and i was schooling them they finily got a hold of my line and seen what i was using. I had to let them use some of the weights and we all started to catch the big bass.
thanks for this product it works great
November 23, 2006
good idea, bad result.
I was excited to try these sinkers but after rigging them, I soon became very disappointed. first, even using the needle tool to push them through, it's still too hard getting the line through the sinker. plus, the tool bent after the second time using it. the rubber inside the sinker pushed out too. very bad product and hard to use. stay with your normal texas rigged sinkers and peg them.
February 29, 2008
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
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