How it Works

The sinkers are a very simple concept.  They are basically a sliding ball sinker that can be snapped onto your line, this eliminates the need to cut your line and re-tie it after threading it through a central hole as is required with conventional sliding type sinkers.

They are made from two lead inserts, which are captured within a resilient plastic shell.  The shell has a tough hinge at the rear and a strong latch on the front.  The plastic retains the lead within its shell and the hinge allows the sinker to open up and be placed over the fishing line.  The latch is then used to secure the sinker over the line and can be easily opened to release it when you want to change the weight of the sinker, replace the hook with a lure or simply just make the rod easier to transport (no sinkers on the line means the car doesn’t get dented when you hit a bump and makes the line on the rod more manageable because it doesn’t want to spool off as easily).   

 As with all new innovations the devil is in the detail.  A number of different features combine to make the KLIK Sinkers work on many levels.