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Angler's Accessories 4-Way Mini Split Shot Asst. Lead

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Conveniently select a split shot from the Angler's Accessories 4-Way Mini Split Shot Asst. Lead, place it on your line, and start fishing. This easy-to-use wheel selector has size labels so you always know what you're looking for.
  • [SDA] Sizes: BB, 1, 4, 6
  • [SDB] Sizes: AAA, AA, BB, 1
  • Item #AGR0021

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Material
lead
Recommended Use
fly fishing

Tech Specs

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For anyone that enjoys nymphing, split shot is a must have. I like this brand because they make it easy to put on/take off, have a quality container, and offer a good spread of weight in the same tin. For the price, you can't go wrong.

Buy the orange tin

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Lead isn't the greatest, but these are convenient and cheap, so as long as you clean up after yourself I don't see much harm in using these.

Personally I use lead on faster, larger rivers so the orange tin with the larger weights makes more sense for me. If you are fishing slow moving tailwaters it may make sense to have the yellow tin with the smaller weights.

always good to have

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My preference is to throw dries, hands down. With that said, and as much fun as casting is, catching fish is pretty damn fun too. When fish aren't up, I'll fish below the surface in efforts to hook up. The right depth is crucial, but having a natural drift is even more important. Play around with weight to achieve the depth of where fish are holding, and hang on for the ride.