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Old 03-05-2012, 06:17 PM
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Default Uncle Josh / Bead Baitfish Trolling Weights

Does anyone use these on a regular basis? If so do you use just with worms/leeches or do you use them with cranks as opped to a 3 way swival?

I purchased a 7 in assorted size packs because there were in the 75% off bin at Fleet Farm a coupel of weeks ago, 1 item in the 3 pack broke on the chain swival while removign it from the pack. I sent them an email, they emailed me back, andtoday I received 3 free packs in the mail. Now since they were so niceto mee, I feel like I need to buy more.

What do you use them for?
http://www.unclejosh.com/bead/module...rollingWeights
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Old 03-06-2012, 06:19 AM
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I have used them. Their biggest use is for trolling worm harnesses. I have used them with cranks but I personally prefer snap weights/ guppys for adding weight to my cranks.

For my harnesses I terminate with a micro swivel. The bead weights clip system is too large in diameter to be used with my micro swivels. I use the "Red Nek Outfutters" weights. Great terminal tackle and made in Ohio.

http://www.rednekoutfitters.com/
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Old 03-06-2012, 12:05 PM
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Now that is cool, with the weighted troller hook!
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