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Redwing Tackle

Blackbird by Redwing Tackle Shot Refill Bags

Item#: F11691

4 reviews

Blackbird Shot Refill Bags are great light split shots for fly and center pin fishing. These Shot Refill Bags come in a bag with the appropriate quantity for re… Learn More

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$2.80
$3.29

20+ In Stock

20+ In Stock

20+ In Stock

20+ In Stock

Blackbird Shot Refill Bags are great light split shots for fly and center pin fishing. These Shot Refill Bags come in a bag with the appropriate quantity for refilling the BlackBird Shot Dispenser. Blackbird Shot Refill Bags are made in Canada by Redwing Tackle, and are preferred by steelhead anglers!

  • Size: BB-1 Weight: 0.35 g
  • Size: BB-2 Weight: 0.27 g
  • Size: BB-3 Weight: 0.15 g
  • Size: BB-4 Weight: 0.13 g

Reviews

  • 5

    Best splitshot for steelhead.

    Posted by Mike on June 12, 2019

    It's dark in color and works better than the shiny lead.

    It's dark in color and works better than the shiny lead.

  • 5

    Good product!

    Posted by Superstone71 on June 12, 2019

    Great for drifting for Steelhead and Browns. Both spinning and fly fishing applications. Round shape snags less on the bottom.

    Great for drifting for Steelhead and Browns. Both spinning and fly fishing applications. Round shape snags less on the bottom.

  • 5

    Great weights!

    Posted by Live2Fish78 on June 12, 2019

    When river fishing for walleye, these do not get hung up as much when using them in comparison to other weights on the market!

    When river fishing for walleye, these do not get hung up as much when using them in comparison to other weights on the market!

  • 5

    Best Split Shot for Float Fishing

    Posted by Iceman Phil on June 12, 2019

    This stuff is my go-to split shot for float fishing for trout and salmon in the Great Lakes tributaries of Western NY. I use the BB4 and BB3 (two smallest sizes) most of the time as I rarely run anyt… Read More

    This stuff is my go-to split shot for float fishing for trout and salmon in the Great Lakes tributaries of Western NY. I use the BB4 and BB3 (two smallest sizes) most of the time as I rarely run anything bigger than a 2-3 gram float. I have noticed that the shot sizes have physically gotten a little larger over the years. The BB4 is not quite as small as it used to be years ago.