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Lindy No-Snagg Slip Sinker

Item # 441848
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Key Features

  • Allows sinker to glide over heavy cover

  • Yields 85% snag-free results in unfishable areas

  • Balsa-wood construction

  • Rubberized coating and epoxy finish

  • Lead antimony weight for balance


Our Price   $5.99

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lindy The Lindy No-Snagg Slip Sinker allows sinkers to glide over heavy cover, giving the fisherman a better feel of the bottom without tumbling, twisting, or impeding bait action. The No-Snagg enables anglers to fish rocks, brush, weeds, and stump fields without a hitch! Field-tested in "unfishable" areas, the No-Snagg yielded 95% snag-free results. Works equally well with Lindy Rigging, Carolina-Rigging, drifting, or trolling. Banana-shaped design, balsa wood construction. Rubberized coating and epoxy finish make for a slick outer shell. Lead antimony weight keeps the No-Snagg upright through heavy cover. Pack of 2.

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Lindy No-Snagg Slip Sinker
 
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5.0

Livebait fisherpersons need this!

By Andy the Fisherman

from Saint Germain,WI

About Me Avid Fisher

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Handle
  • Easy To Store

Cons

  • Limited Use

Best Uses

  • Fresh Water
  • Trolling

Comments about Lindy No-Snagg Slip Sinker:

The Lindy No-Snagg sinkers don't get snagged often and they are sensitive to bottom stucture.They are somewhat expensive to buy.

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