Spro Heavy Wind-on Swivels

Spro Heavy Wind-on Swivels

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Model
TD Code
SizeLength
(in)
Test
(lbs.)
Eye Size
(in)
Qty Per
Pack
Price
SHSB-03-5
SPR-0023
31/21501/165$7.49 USD
SHSB-04-5
SPR-0043
411/162001/165$7.99 USD
SHSB-05-5
SPR-0045
513/162803/325$7.99 USD
SHSB-06-5
SPR-0080
67/85601/85$9.99 USD
The Spro Heavy Swivel is an anti-corrosive, durable wonder. No more worrying about entanglements. The strength of the test also ensures that you won't lose your line doing battle with a huge game fish.
5 Stars based on 14 reviews
By Matt
Savannah Georgia
Works Great
April 28, 2019
Use on 30lb setup with rollers bo issue
By The G.
Forked River, NJ
Slim Profile
March 29, 2019
Bery strong and small in size
ProsSmall for its weight rating
ConsSlightly pricy
By The G.
Forked River, NJ
Strong swivel
March 29, 2019
Very strong for their size. Small profile.
ProsStrength, size
ConsSlightly pricier than regular barrel swivels.
By Sammy
Phx,Az
Best swivels ive ever used!!!
July 23, 2018
I purchased the Spro size 5 swvels for flathead catfishing I needed some super stronf swivels for the size catfish I go after and these swivels are up to the test easy to use and easy to put on split rings so if your going after big fish I recommend these swivels highly good luck and good fishing!!
By Seth
Fairfax, VA
Great Swivel for Wind on Leaders
January 23, 2018
You can bea these, they pass through roller guides making bringing fish to the boat a bit safer.
ProsWell constructed
By TIMOTHY A.
Mobile, Alabama
Great product!!!
June 5, 2017
Works very well for what I need!!!
ProsGreat product
ConsNo time to fish
By Jason
Centereach, Ny
Heavy swivel
August 6, 2016
These swivels are great for line to line connections and reduce line twist greatly.
By Bob
Lansdale, Pa
LOVE THESE SWIVELS
June 7, 2015
makes wire line setups a breeze
By Richard E.
Merritt Island, Florida
Soaked in Salt Water
April 26, 2015
I fish twice a week offshore. I only use the Spro swivels. They are virtually immersed in salt water for hours and are as new as when I took them out of their package.
Strength and size are remarkable. They easily will pass through the eyes of my many ugly stick rods.

Richard Ernst, Merritt Island, Florida
By Steven
Melbourne, Victoria
MAD SWIVELS!
August 10, 2014
I recently used Spro Heavy Swivels after having a bad run with another inferior brand of swivels,
When the MAKO took the hook, line and wire and put the horse power strain on every part of my gear the Spro Heavy Swivel Held strong even after the sharks acrobatics and twists and spins and jumps we hit it with our top notch flying gaff and that's all she wrote, These Spro Heavy Swivels are the ones to get if you are serious about heavy duty fishing tackle and heavy duty fish!
By Daniel W.
Montauk, NY
compact and strong
April 13, 2014
Either chunking or trolling I always use spro swivels. They are compact, strong, and durable. The small diameter and smooth edges always wind on smoothly to prevent slack in my leaders and fish coming off the hook.
By Fred
Ohio
Swivel
September 15, 2013
Looks good but bigger than expected
ProsGood strength
ConsCan fit through roller tip
By Fred
Ohio
Swivels
September 15, 2013
Right capacity for size
By Tom
Billings, mt
Great swivel!!!
June 12, 2013
these are by far the best swivels on the market
Prosvery small and very strong
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Scott
from Aiken, South Carolina asked:
December 27, 2017
What is the best knot to use when attaching line to these heavy swivels?
1 Answer
I would say one of the easiest and strongest knots to tie would be a Improved Clinch Knot.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 28, 2017

PhishingPhil
from Middletown, NJ asked:
March 2, 2019
Excuse this question but how do you know the weight of the swivel?  I see ratings for lbs. test but not clear if Im missing something :)  Basically want to attach it inline with a bunker spoon for striper trolling.


1 Answer
There is no way and it would be in Grams.  Also all depends on what size you want to purchase
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on March 14, 2019

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