Lunker City Slug-Go Insert Weights
For subtle presentations
I like these ribbed inserts because they grip so much better than the smooth types. Best in rocky areas where weights would get hung up. Push in 1 or 2 of these to get your plastic down. Also, use these when I'm looking for a slow descent.
June 6, 2013
I have used this insert wieght in the past. It is the best way to add wieght to wieghtless baits to increase fall rate.
July 26, 2011
Great For Flukes
This stick weight works great for me. I break it in half and insert it into the top front portion of the fluke. It is inserted in at a 45 degree angle down and toward the rear. It gives the fluke just enough weight to make it appear very realistic when it is sinking
March 29, 2011
All Weights Are Not Created Equal!
Lead Nails! If you fish plastics, don't put your boat in the water without them! Senkos & Wacky worms produce quality fish. Using "lead nails" as the weights of choice to balance & change the sinking characteristics of your baits will put more quality fish in the live well for weigh in. Using steel nails & panel brads to weight your plastics have too many limitations. These lead weights are highly adaptable to the lure & they have added opportunities for a hook up that I would likely have missed without them.
July 30, 2010