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Bullet weight vs Flipping weight? #13470301 03/13/20 05:32 PM
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What is the difference between the two? I am looking to order some tungsten weights and they have the same sizes in both. what is the main difference?

Re: Bullet weight vs Flipping weight? [Re: lcbl75771] #13470612 03/13/20 08:46 PM
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Shape is the only difference. I prefer a flipping weight all of the time.


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Re: Bullet weight vs Flipping weight? [Re: lcbl75771] #13470923 03/14/20 01:27 AM
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I like the "flipping" weights for punching or short almost vertical presentations with beaver/bulkier baits. If I'm making longer casts or using skinnier worms/baby brush hogs I like the thinner "worm" weights.


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Re: Bullet weight vs Flipping weight? [Re: lcbl75771] #13471871 03/15/20 12:33 AM
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Use bullet weights for most everything. Works.

Re: Bullet weight vs Flipping weight? [Re: lcbl75771] #13471872 03/15/20 12:33 AM
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Use bullet weights for most everything. Works.

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