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Has anyone ever used the Lindy no-snag sinkers for a Carolina rig and do they work as advertised? I would hate to spend 5$ on 2

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  • Has anyone ever used the Lindy no-snag sinkers for a Carolina rig and do they work as advertised? I would hate to spend 5$ on 2

    Has anyone ever used the Lindy no-snag sinkers for a Carolina rig and do they work as advertised? I would hate to spend 5$ on 2 sinkers and then lose them.

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    no way for bass. not worth the money, bad idea, will fail, STAY AWAY

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    • #3
      I hate to tell you, but if you fish with it you will lose it. I have yet to find something that is truely snag-free. Don't waste your money.

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      • #4
        I would hate to see you spend $5 for 2, stick with the brass or tungsten weights, they have a much better feel than lead plus having a smaller profile seems to reduce snags/breakoffs. No matter what you use on a Carolina, you will break off sooner or later, that is why I stay away from lead.

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