Tungsten split shot fishing sinkers feature for a groove that runs the full length of the sinker are one of the most well-known and widely used sinkers. The groove holds the line once the sinker is impacted in place.Split shot fishing sinkers are often used with live-bait offerings. The combination of a split shot above a hook with a worm suspended below a bobber is appreciated by many experienced anglers because this perfect combination has caught thousands of fishes for them.
According to the shape of the tungsten split shot fishing sinkers, we can classify into the three types.
Removable tungsten split shot fishing sinkers
Removable tungsten split shot fishing sinkers feature for small handles on the opposite side of the opening, allowing you to squeeze the shot back off your line and allowing them to be removed and reused on your lines over and over again, which prolong the life.
Removable tungsten split shot fishing sinkers are made by a patented process which forms very soft lead into precise pieces, resulting in a controlled hinge that can be squeezed onto the line on by fingers, it means that you can interchange sinkers instantly with just a snap of your fingers, no tools or teeth are needed.
Round-shaped tungsten split shot fishing sinkers
Round-shaped strong>tungsten strong>split shot fishing sinkers, compared with other split shot fishing sinkers, features for its capacity of freeing from snags and rocks easier.
Bull tungsten shot split shot fishing sinkers
Bull shot tungsten split shot fishing sinkers are a unique bullet shaped and variations of split shots. It maintains a groove for holding line and is an oval shape, making it more snag resistant.
The function of making it easier to add a little weedless weight to the line is where bull shot tungsten split shot fishing sinkers shines. Bull shot is great for finesse fishing.
Traditionally, lead is the general material for making split tungsten shot fishing sinkers, while now as the government and people are more cared about the environment protection, more and more anglers adopt tungsten alloy, a greener and safer choice for the environment, to be the materials for their split shot fishing sinkers.