Adds sound to lures so gamefish can locate them, even in stained waters. Single rattle jig ring is great for jigs and small spinnerbaits; the Double ring for flippin' jigs, spoons, buzzbaits and jigheads. Buck-Shot rattle hook rings are designed to fit all hook shafts and shoulderless jigs. Color: Clear. Made in USA.
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These gadgets are so simple to use! Just slip it onto any hook to add rattle to any lure! It will put more fish in the boat, especially in murky/stained water! I add them to all of my bass jigs!
August 4, 2011
Worked well, durable
We used these in Northern Wisconsin and had luck catching northern pike. No luck on walleye but we weren't able to find them so I don't attribute that to the rattles. I can't attribute catching fish directly to the rattle but I'd like to think they made a difference. We were fishing them in relatively clear water and had luck and also in murky water, where we also had luck.
The rattles themselves are easy to use and very durable. They are rubber and slide right over the barbs on the hook and attach to a jig very easily. If you want to remove them you can just squeeze the rubber and it will slide right over the jig and off the barb without issue.
June 13, 2011
these are the best rattles bps has to offer great for jigs spinners and swim jigs
February 1, 2011
very easy to use and more durable than expected, works well with different products ,excellent value for price.
November 24, 2010
In my opinion, these are intended to be used with regular jigs, bass jigs and spinnerbaits too! They could be used on any hooks I guess too but it might alter the baits action and if the hook is too small they might be easier to lose! They are simple to use - just like putting a worm on your hook! You simply slip them onto the hook and push it over the "bait keeper!" (bait keeper = little hook directly behind jig head - found on regular jigs and spinnerbaits as well) I hope this helps
The rubber part slides right over the hooks. For a jig you just slide it over the hooks and right up to the head of the jig, where it stays. To remove them you just slide them the other way and squeeze the rubber into an oval to slide it back over the hook without ripping the rubber.
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