(2 Hooks, 18 Weights per pack)
The SEBILE Soft Weight System can be used with any kind of soft plastics
whether worms, grubs, lizards, frogs, crawdads, swimbaits, soft jerkbaits or
The custom-designed hooks are strong, ultra-sharp, and made to the highest
precision Japanese hook standards. The soft weights feature a Tungsten gum
rubber style construction so that they can be easily added, repositioned on the
hook shank or removed to make on-the-water adjustments to fishing conditions.
The weights are reusable and made of environmentally friendly material.
As a general guideline to positioning weights to give a lure different
falling and swimming actions, note that weight forward positioning enables the
angler to impart some interesting actions and makes the bait a little more
responsive to twitches and jerks. Weight-forward also tends to penetrate and
drop down through thick grass or brush more easily.
The weight-back positioning proves invaluable for swimming lures steadily on
the retrieve or to maximize the action of a horizontal falling lure.
The weight-inside positioning tends to produce a dying baitfish effect and is
often desirable for dead-drifting or dead sticking a lure.
Adding or removing weights helps with casting on windy versus calm days and
more or less weights affects depth, sink rate and so on. Dont neglect to study
the effect that adding or removing weights has on the action and movement of a
bait as well.
For example, using the Magic Swimmer Soft 130 with two soft weights in front
of the hook shank, you achieve a tighter, faster side-to-side wiggle that
ripples down the swimbait's body from head to tail. This presents a more alert,
normal baitfish movement.
Using the Magic Swimmer Soft 130 with four soft weights on the lower part of
the hook right under the belly, you get a wider, rolling action which kicks the
tail out further to each side as it swims. This presents a more disoriented,
struggling movement of a baitfish in a bit of trouble, hustling along in a more
distressed manner than normal.
So adding or removing weights will help you to fine-tune the action and
movements of soft lures.