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after reading the carolina rig topic in the important topic sections i have a few questions... where can you get brass egg weights? cant seem to find them ... also what size bead do you use and glass or plastic... have found WAY more glass than i have plastic so just wondering

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Use tungsten instead of brass.  You will feel a lot more.

As for beads, use the TruTungsten Force Beads.  They will not shatter and can really take a beating.

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Use tungsten instead of brass. You will feel a lot more.

As for beads, use the TruTungsten Force Beads. They will not shatter and can really take a beating.

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Strike King has a new EZ-Rig for Carolina rigging and it is an already assembled C-Rig with weight, bead snd swivel for $4.99 a two-pack.  Look on page 205 of the 2009 BPS Bass Book catalog.  It is item "R".  You will also see another type on the same page.  If you have a Gander Mountain near you, they sell the same thing.

The pre-rigs sure save a lot of time and I have found them to be just as effective.  

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well i went to basspro today and saw the trutungsten weights but not the beads ... while looking at the weights i realized i can not afford them. So i got 1/2 oz brass carolina weights with number 6 swivells and red glass beads. do you think this will work?

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