Bean Sinkers For Sale - Bean Sinker
Named after its shape, the bean sinker is one of the most popular sinkers used by recreational anglers.
One of the best upsides of using a bean sinker as you sinker for choice is that it doesn’t have a fixed point where the sinker would be attached. Rather, a line is allowed to be run through the sinker freely.
The bean sinker is a casting sinker, due to the elongated aerodynamic bean shape. The bean shape also provides the Bean Sinker higher bottom-holding attributes than the generic ball sinker. Due to this fact, the bean sinkers are almost always more effective than the ball sinkers in conditions where you want your bait to hold a little longer. For example; in rough weather or harsh fishing ground, the bean sinkers provide better stability and effectiveness.
The bean sinkers are most effective for use for running sinker rigs. To ensure the maximum use, the bean sinker is threaded on to the main line either running freely or secured between on a section of line between two swivels or rings.
Features and Specifications
- Bean shaped sinker
- Good for casting
- Advanced design for greater flexibility and stability
- Doesn’t have a fixed point to attach sinker making these a running sinker
- Available in several sizes (prices vary depending on which Bean sinker size/pack model you choose, price is for 1 pack only. Images for illustration. Choose size required when ordering)
|Sinker size||Pieces supplied in 1 packet||Approx weight per sinker|
|Size 1 Value Pack||50pcs value pack||12 grams|
|Size 2 Value Pack||35pcs value pack||15 grams|
|Size 3 Value Pack||20pcs value pack||20 grams|
|Size 1 Sml Pre Pack||8pcs value pack||12 grams|
|Size 2 Sml Pre Pack||5pcs value pack||15 grams|
|Size 3 Sml Pre Pack||3pcs pre pack||20 grams|
|Size 4 Sml Pre Pack||2pcs pre pack||25 grams|
- The shape of the Bean sinker provides a better casting attributes than a ball sinker.
- Better stability in rough weather conditions, does not wash in as fast as ordinary ball sinkers.
- Bean Sinkers are favoured among estuary fishers in tidal areas.