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Rasco Split Rings

7 reviews
Availability: translation missing: en.general.icons.icon_check_circle icon 54 in stock, ready to be shipped

Rasco Split Rings are super strong - don't let the bargain price fool you. Made from high quality stainless steel, these split rings are made right here in America and are a very popular choice for attaching hooks to lures.

These are used on several big brands of lures including Super Strike. Hab's Lures also used these for many years.

Rasco or Rosco? They are individual companies. Both make split rings! Both are good quality. We only carry Rasco at this time.

**Sold as 10 packs

3H 0.038 44 0.289 0.205 0.069
4H 0.044 65 0.315 0.219 0.078
5H 0.044 60 0.356 0.263 0.073
5.5H 0.050 86 0.382 0.270 0.087
6H 0.050 74 0.410 0.302 0.087
6.5H 0.057 121 0.415 0.283 0.101
7H 0.057 90 0.470 0.344 0.096
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4.9 Based on 7 Reviews
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Alex S.
United States United States
Great for minnow plugs

Some of the best and well priced split rings available. I use these on my minnow style plugs. For poppers, darters, bottles and wooden plugs, I use Wolverines.

Michael V.
United States United States
Want to replace your treble hooks? Use these!

I used the split rings to replace the treble hooks on some of my plugs with inline hooks. They worked great!

Jake K.
United States United States
good deal, not so good for older style fixed wood plugs like goo goo eye exc.

good deal, not so good for older style fixed wood plugs like goo goo eye exc. they stretch out a bit for older lures with larger mounts

Great Rings

Great split rings! As the description says: Don t let the price fool you!

strong rings

The title says it all they are stong (and very well made). I use these for attaching hooks and also on Tins that don t come with a split ring. I like having a split ring on a tin so I can usse a clip and change lures easily. If your ring gets stretched out while adding it to a tin don t fret. All you have to do is use a needle nose pliers and fold the rings inside each other and hold it for a minute. When you release the rings back to the original shape they will be nice and tight as they originally were.