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Thill Double Cut Soft Lead Shot Selectors

5 Reviews
$5.99 to $6.99
SKU: F10335


Thill Double Cut Soft Lead Shot Selectors are popular with many steelhead and salmon anglers, along with flyfishers. These shot are easy to pinch on your line or tippet because of their soft properties. They are consistent quality, and can be removed easily with forceps because of the second cut opposite of the large split. These split shot do not have the "ears" that often cause snags like most removable split shot. These selectors are offered in a four compartment dispenser and a six compartment dispenser.

The 4-Compartment pack contains:

  • 46 - 1/128 oz.
  • 36 - 1/100 oz.
  • 24 - 1/64 oz.
  • 14 - 1/32 oz.

The 6-Compartment pack contains:

  • 24 - 1/128 oz.
  • 15 - 1/64 oz.
  • 10 - 1/32 oz.
  • 8 - 1/24 oz.
  • 8 - 1/16 oz.
  • 6 - 1/8 oz.

Thill Double Cut Soft Lead Shot Selectors are made in the U.S.A.

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Perfect for wide variety of applications

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Great for everything from pan fish to salmon

Drennan Float necessity

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Don't go steelheading with out it. And watch out for Spoon the MAD Unroper, he will undo your stringer everytime!

used this shot for years works well

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use it on the leader for centerin set ups , keep it in the vest for quick set ups and changes. moves on the line when you need it to and stays put when you want it too. Better shot I have not found

Can't live without it...

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Thill makes the most out of a little thing and we're talking BB size shot weight. Instead of using pencil lead when drifting deep holes and runs for steelhead, I chose to use shot to get the exact depth for those sneaky little buggers that will not come off the bottom to chase or bite. Awesome weight in an easy to use container!

variety of sizes & won't cut mono line

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I use these split shot to weight bobbers exactly. I like to have 3 to 4 shot below the bobber.