So you like drop shotting eh? And when you're drop shotting, you prefer a cylindrical drop shot weight because it doesn't get hung up as much eh? And you're thinking I'm Canadian because I use the word eh a lot, eh? Well actually I'm not, but some of the Canadian lingo from our northern friends has rubbed off on me (you have to admit, it's a catchy little word). I am however a big fan of cylindrical drop shot weights though, which is why we offer them on our site. What you see in the product image is what you get?a lean cylindrical drop shot weight that's great for multiple types of bottoms and cover. Period.
8 per pack.
Unlike many avid drop shotters that prefer to drop shot with the lightest weight possible for the depth and conditions, I prefer a little heavier. The reason I prefer heavier over lighter is because when you give your rod tip little wiggles to give action to your bait, the weight itself will move as well (this happens more than you think when casting a drop shot rig). I like a heavier weight because I want the weight to stay in the same spot as I do my little wiggle thang. This way I can keep the bait in the strike zone longer. Plus the added weight allows me to cast my rig a country mile. For example, when most people would use a 3/16 or a 1/4 oz. drop shot weight, I'll use a 3/8 or 1/2 oz. in the same conditions.