Parasite Worm Weights
Innovative weight comes with a clip molded right in, keeping your bait secure so you can focus on fishing, not rigging!
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bumguard great product This product is a well kept secret among the really good guides, saves the plastics from excessive damage and is easy to use. May 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by IceInTheVeins The ONLY Pegging Weights You Need The days of pegging your sinker or using screw in Florida Rigs are gone!!! The parasite weight stays right on top of your plastic, for a natural presentation for divebombing through cover every time. Your bait never slides down the hook, and can catch twice as many bass before needing to be changed. Try the weightless clips too when your not pegging your weight. They are simply awesome. Throw away all your toothpicks and screw in weights!!! April 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ACsciguy Nice weights The only complaint is I would like lighter weights. These are great for backwards rigging. April 17, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by boilermaker They work great, but wish they had bigger weights Great sinker when you fish worms, craws, creature baits and the such. Too bad they don't make these up to a 1oz or 1 1/2 oz weight so I wouldn't have to peg weights to punch through grass and mats. I suppose I'll have to make a small design change and make them heavier... September 19, 2010
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A:They actually go over the hook, you run the line thru the weight and tie the line to your plastic then place the hook thru the wire clip on the weight, they are great in grass.
Top 50 Contributor
A:They absolutely work better than screw-in weights! These don't shred the head of the worm or craw the way that screw in weights do.
They work awesome in grass. Do yourself a favor and buy some to try. If you don't like them, you're only out a couple bucks!
A:They don't work like a screw in weight. They slide up and down the line like an egg sinker. Their design helps keep them from getting caught in crevices between rocks. They may work in grass; but that is not the area they were designed to be used.
Top 25 Contributor
A:I shove it in the back of the bait and hook the bait and slide the hook end through the slot of the weight
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A:Once you rig your hook through the head of the worm/craw, you thread the hook through the wire and then rig the hook the same way you normally would, but now you don't have to peg the sinker to fish grass!
A:I use them the same way I use an egg sinker when fishing with bass minnows, or shad for fish such as Striper, Largemouth, Spotted Bass or Catfish.
I place the sliding sinker on the line (line goes through an eye at the top of the sinker. I tie a hook on the end of the line. Then I slide the sinker up the line about 4 feet and place a slip shot on the line approximately 3 feet above the hook... (In the past I would use a swivel, but by using a splitshot I have less knots to tie and it saves time.) Basically I rig these just like I would an egg sinker.
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A:i just put it on the line pushedit up and tied on my hook and rigged the soft plastic and slid it back down
wasnt locked in place but seemed to sit well and didnt slide luch ceptwhen i threw da casts but when it landed it wqas aight catch and releaase ken
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