Painted Lead Dumbbell Eyes

   

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Yellow

Yellow

5/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 614632

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Fluorescent Chartreuse

Fluorescent Chartreuse

5/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1030020

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Red

Red

5/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 614639

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Pearl

Pearl

5/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 873875

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Yellow

Yellow

6/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 614634

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Fluorescent Chartreuse

Fluorescent Chartreuse

6/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1030021

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Red

Red

6/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 614640

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Pearl

Pearl

6/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 873876

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Yellow

Yellow

7/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 614636

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Fluorescent Chartreuse

Fluorescent Chartreuse

7/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1030022

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Red

Red

7/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 614642

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Pearl

Pearl

7/32"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 873877

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Not only will our Painted Lead Dumbbell Eyes add weight and lifelike appeal to your favorite pattern, they also eliminate the need to paint your own. Painted Dumbbell Eyes were made famous by the deadly Clouser Deep Minnow, and have become a mainstay on many popular streamer, bass, salt and salmon patterns. 10 pack.
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JT I use the painted lead dumbbell eyes on streamers and others as much as I can. I find that it adds just the right amount of weight when needed and not taking away from the fly.. March 7, 2014
painted lead eyes my husband uses these in his Christmas ornaments, he sells approximately 1000 per year . hoping to get Bass Pro Shop to come on board to sell them October 22, 2013
great price these work great for circus peanuts and other flies and streamers. they hold up well and they are a great price January 14, 2013
Great! These are the eyes on the famous Clouser Minnow. Always in stock, in the right color and size. May 18, 2010
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that completely depends on the size of fly you are tying. if you tie a large pike fly for example, and you want it to still sink pretty good, you need the heavier eyes. if you are tying a smaller fly for small-mouth for example on the same hook, then you could get away with a lighter weighted eye, or a heavier one if you are tying reversed hook jig style flies. buy a few packs! they are cheap. experiment!
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There are 2 basic answers, depending on who you ask:
1) Put it any hook you want for the look and action you want.
2) Check the package. If there is no table showing dumbbell to hook matches, a general rule would be to check a package of brass beads. They usually have the table I am talking about.
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How heavy are these?

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the various weights are written when you go to order the product.
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1/50 of an ounce!
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i need medium sizes,which one do ineed to order
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you need to take a tape measure and measure the size that you want. the size is indicated on the ordering page and you can select what size you need.
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7/32" are medium. Thanks for your question.
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