Offshore Angler™ Surf Sinkers

   

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2 oz.

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SW2
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  • SKU: 958094

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3 oz.

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SW3
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 958096

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4 oz.

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SW4
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  • SKU: 958120

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6 oz.

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SW6
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8 oz.

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SW8
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Unique design utilizes copper wire to help dig in on sandy bottoms.
Offshore Angler™ Surf Sinkers 2.6 5 5 5
Poor Construction & Pricey The wires used in the construction are copper and the break off if you bend than more than a couple of times. At full retail they cost about 150% more than local bail shops. March 10, 2014
The legs break off Mine is down to 1 leg after maybe 6 uses. The legs break off when you bend them down for use after storage. September 4, 2013
do not buy I surf fish every week and use a sputnik type of a weight. I tried your product and even in low currents it did not hold my bait in place. October 31, 2012
OK-ish A bit expensive . I use the larger oz weights a lot on the surf. Copper wires break off frequently. Wish they were more stronger for that price. June 4, 2010
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You fold them back so they anchor the lead in the current... When you reel in the straighten out. this prevents snagging.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. This sinker has multiple heavy wire arms protruding from its side much like spider legs. These arms or legs are bent in a fashion that allows them to grab the bottom and hold steady in a current or surf condition. They work the best with a semi-hard, sandy bottom.
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is this lead

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Yes.
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the Sinker is lead and the wires are copper
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Most sinkers are lead like this one... which is little more expensive than some alternative sinkers, such as copper.
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The BB Splitshot is about 1/8 inch in diameter. They are good for fishing mealworms or crickets. They are just heavy enough to pull the cricket under the surface of the water. The next size is #7. It is a little heavier and around 1/4 inch in diameter. I use this size mostly for crappie fishing. The #3 size is about 3/8 inch in diameter. I mainly use this size for bottom fishing for catfish.
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I usually use a leader with a swivel attached to a mainline. On the mainline I like to use a combination of sinker bumper and a bead to prevent swivel and line damage.
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I rig them at the bottom of my line or as loose sinker that allows the line to run free.
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They are good for fishing mealworms or crickets. They are just heavy enough to pull the cricket under the surface of the water.
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