Nylon-Coated Wire Leaders
- Weed resistant
- Wrapped ends
- Tough barrel swivel
- Interlok snap
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by baych awesome gear Went pike fishing in Canada, caught some monsters and leaders held up great!!! June 30, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by WarEaglesRock Not Could not handle the stress where the hook clipped on to the leader. I cut that part off and hand tied the hook on after I lost a large fish. Worked after that. June 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bfishin1979141 Tough leaders for fresh water Was headed to Canada for Northern Pike fishing and needed to restock leaders. Always fished Berkley and was having trouble finding enough of them so I tried some of these (45lb 24in). When I received them in the mail I didn't think the clips would hold up so I ordered some Berkley clips. I ended up getting the wrong clips in the mail from a competing site and had to test these as is. Just got back and this leader is the only leader that didn't fail. I was honestly surprised. The leader looks well built, but I didn't trust the clip. Now I trust it. I had others test it as well. Not one break or lost fish. The fishing wasn't good this year, but was able to test it on a couple over 40inches and many 35-40 inches. June 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hitower A 1 quality I could have bought these leaders elsewhere. In between the baby stroller aisle and the air freshener aisle at department stores . But when I want good quality and well priced fishing gear I shop at Bass Pro May 25, 2011
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A:don't know the diameter. don't think they can see the leader
Details:I don't quite understand how to use these leaders. I'd use them for surf fishing. I imagine the barrel part hooks to my main line swivel... but how do I attach a hook? Does the hook attach straight onto the snap swivel? Wouldn't that look a bit clunky right next to my bait?
Thanks for any help.
A:Your hook attaches to the snap hook, attach a snap hook to the end of your line on your pole. You attach the barrel swivel to that snap hook as well as a weight. That allows your bait to float off the bottom but still be secure by the weight. You can use it surf casting, from a boat, freshwater fishing. That set up is a carolina rig.
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