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Offshore Angler's™ Disk Sinkers are an excellent choice for fishing in heavy current fishing because they don’t roll around like round weights and are largely unaffected by moving water. This low-profile design allows the Disk Sinker to lie flat on the bottom, permitting water to pass over the weight without budging.
very disc like
it would be better if they came in larger quantities
May 16, 2012
Good sinker for cats.
I use these sinkers when drifting bait for Arkansas Blues. Thus far they seem to work well, Haven't had a lot of hangups when drifting through bottom clutter. I gave them 4 stars because I think they are more expensive than they should be.
February 13, 2011
My Favorite Current Sinker 4 Stripers
These sinkers work excellent keeping your line right where you cast it even in heavy current. I use these for striper fishing in the Colorado river current and it keeps my 2 hook rig right in the strike zone. I will let the picture show the results.
May 23, 2008
My Favorite Sinker
I am an avid catfisher and have used many different types of sinkers. These sinkers are versitile as I can put them directly on my line, or tie them off on a leader. My favorite aspect of these sinkers, is that they hold well in current once they settle to the bottom, and with their flat design are fare less prone to snags. I find I have 50-60% less snags fishing in the same spots as I do with other styles of sinkers. My only regret is that the largest they make is a 3oz.
September 11, 2006
I would actually recommend the no-roll sinker for the application you mention. the problem with the disk sinkers is that when fishing with larger baits (cut bait, chicken liver,etc.) the current moves the bait around, which in turn lifts the sink up on end which allows the current to push it downstream too.
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