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A1: If I recommend Tungsten Flipping Weight and Worm Weight for Texas Rig and Carolina Rig,
TTungsten Tear Drop Shot Weight, Tear Drop Shot Round Eye,
Skinny Drop Shot Weight and Skinny Drop Shot Round Eye for down shot.
Tungsten Pagoda Nail Weight for Neko Rig.
A2: Tungsten has gained a lot of popularity recently. Compared with the same weight of lead.
Tungsten uses 50% less material than lead for the same amount of weight.
This means a 1-ounce tungsten sinker has a smaller volume, letting it penetrate weeds easier.
Also, tungsten is more dense than lead, which makes your fishing more sensitive.
It transmits vibrations differently depending on in which if you’re fishing, mud, rock or wood.
A3: Typical tungsten weights are formed by using a process called sintering.
The process involves placing powdered tungsten into a mold,
applying pressure and then heating the powder to a very high temperature.
The hole in weights is formed by placing a sacrificial tube inside the mold.
The tube is destroyed when the powder is heated, and small burrs are left in the hole.
These small burrs must be treated in some manner in order to prevent line abrasion and breaks.
The three most common treatment methods are threading a plastic tube into the weight,
painting the inside of the hole, and machining/polishing the top and bottom edges and inside the hole.
To ensure our customers never have line abrasion due to the burrs,
we employ the plastic tube (inserted weights) and the machining and polishing methods (insert free weights).