STORM® Suspendots™ and SuspenStrips™ Weights
Fine-tune your suspending lure quickly and easily with STORM's weighted adhesive SuspenDots! Or, for bulk weighting of larger, very buoyant lures, use SuspenStrips! The SuspenDots and SuspenStrips are two very efficient methods for modifying your favorite lures without drilling holes-and they come off as easily as they go on.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Manny001 just what I needed They work just as advertised. I needed to get some lures down and keep them there and they worked just great and they are easy to remove. May 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassman43777 great i've used this for years, it really works well keeping your bait just at the right deep June 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigfishken1 Be patient! Work with these a little in the tub or pool and you can adjust most any lure to sink at desired rate...easily removed if needed. November 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishindog suspend dots a must have From a boat, suspending crankbaits are deadly but rarely suspend straight out of the box. At best they rise to the surface slower than nonsuspending. With these dots or stips on the belly of your crankbait, add just the right amount to make it sit flat when you stop reeling without sinking or rising. Now your ready to start catching, use a stop and go method. Pull hard to get it down in the zone and stop for 10 to 30 seconds and go again. Especially around points and straight up & down rock faces. Stop anytime you get a swing and a miss. Oh yea, be sure to hang on. October 22, 2010
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Details:i would like to know if i could melt these down and make sinkers out of then , if so it would cost me nothing to make
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A:You could do the same with your car or truck..but why would you?
I would not recommend this product for making sinkers. If someone happens to give you some for free, I would say try it with a few pieces but, otherwise, I believe there are better products available for melting and molding.
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