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  • noun Alternative spelling of split shot. (mostly in attributive use):

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Examples

  • RIGGING: Texas rig with bullet sinker; split-shot rig.

    Soft Plastic Rigging Tips for Largemouth Bass

  • Fishing pressure or a cold front can shut down such a bite quickly, though, and when that happens, it's time to switch to a finesse split-shot rig.

    25 Killer Spring Tips for Bass, Trout, Crappie, Walleys, and Pike

  • The best way to fish night-crawlers, shiners and almost every other type of wiggler is to pitch them out suspended under a bobber or split-shot, and let them do their thing.

    The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines

  • A wet fly is tied with materials that quickly absorb water, a split-shot weight can be added to the leader, and it will sink like a rock.

    Durangoherald.com

  • * What to use: A simple hook and split-shot rig with a wad of pink or chartreuse PowerBait can be deadly.

    JournalStar.com - News Articles

  • In spring, drag a 6-inch Zoom lizard Texas rigged with - ounce split-shot 2-feet above bait.

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  • They can also be used to "fish" for birds and frogs.) - several non-lead split-shot sinkers (smaller is better) - about 100 feet of 20 lbs braided fishing line (has a diameter small enough to catch fish, but the strenght and durability to use as snares, stitches, and strong sewing thread.

    First survivial kit

  • I use a fluorocarbon leader on my tip-ups that’s about a foot long with split-shot above it.

    i love to ice fish with tip ups. any tips on it?

  • I use a fluorocarbon leader on my tip-ups that’s about a foot long with split-shot above it.

    i love to ice fish with tip ups. any tips on it?

  • They can also be used to "fish" for birds and frogs.) - several non-lead split-shot sinkers (smaller is better) - about 100 feet of 20 lbs braided fishing line (has a diameter small enough to catch fish, but the strenght and durability to use as snares, stitches, and strong sewing thread.

    First survivial kit

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