Voss Straight Finesse Drop Shot Weights
Now considered the 'classic' style of drop shot weight, the Voss Straight Finesse Drop Shot Weight is perfect for fishing around rocks and other cover. Its thin, streamlined shape allows it to slip through cracks and other snags with fewer problems. Made of high quality lead, it also offers a great value compared to tungsten drop shot weights. Available in a range of sizes, the Voss Straight Finesse Drop Shot Weight attaches easily to the bottom of your line, and can be removed by simply pulling.
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Comments: The negative reviews for these weights make me laugh! Anyone experiencing line slippage is obviously using very light line. I use these things on 8 or 10 lb line for years and can not think of ONE time the line slipped out. PEOPLE, USE YOUR HEAD.....IF you're having these slippage problems with the line you are using, simply go back and look at the price of aaaallll the other finesse drop shot weights available, then go back to these Voss weights and tie a simple overhand knot and keep fishing. This is a no-brainer folks. 4 or 5 dollars for a six pack of drop shot weights is rediculous. I'm literally on this site right now cuz I plan on buying a LIFETIME SUPPLY of these 3/16 oz Voss weights...which might cost a whole 56 dollars. The negative reviews for these things are a joke! Tie a knot people.
From: Ryan: Texas 1/30/17
Comments: These are my favorite drop shot weights! I bought a few packs years ago to try. I was attracted to the price point but they ended up being great! I fish my drop shot on 8 lb fluorocarbon and never had an issue with the line slipping out. I've had to tie an overhand knot using a few other brands but I never have to with these. These are under priced IMO!
From: Elijah: Seattle, WA 3/4/16
Comments: Buy these weights!!! I have been fishing these weights for 2 years, and I have had zero problems. I tie an overhand knot in 8 pound fluoro, slip the knot through the clip, pull it tight, and start fishing.
From: Jason: Calhoun, GA 6/11/14
Comments: maybe clamp the clip with a plier so it will be tighter
From: Ksachao: Delta, CA
Comments: Lost 1 out of 3 sinkers because the line tie does not hold well, low quality in my opinion. May be able to tie line around a few times, but should not have to since the price difference is not great.
From: Issac: So Cal
Comments: I love these weights. Can't beat the price. I use these over the cannonball weights because it comes through the grass better. I personally have not had problems with the line slipping out. If you are losing a bunch of weights, tie an overhand knot at the end of your line, then clip the weight above it.
From: Johnson: Apopka, FL
Comments: the line tends to slip easily out of the clamp... you have to rap it around a few times to keep it on... otherwise its the same quality as any other lead ds weight.
From: Kyle: Tempe, AZ