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Bass Pro Shops® Big Bite Stinger Jighead Kit

   

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1/32 oz.

Assorted Colors

64

#4 Hook

Model:
KIT-RCH32-64
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1/16 oz.

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64

#2 Hook

Model:
KIT-RCH16-64
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1/8 oz.

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64

#1 Hook

Model:
KIT-RCH18-64
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Our Big Bite Stinger Jighead Kit is a great way to ensure that your arsenal is full of quality jigheads. Built to last and featuring premium wide gap Eagle Claw® hooks, the odds are in your favor when you’re casting these high-performance jigheads. Sporting quality paint jobs in fish-catching colors, realistic eyes, and precision weighting to outperform the competition. Includes 8 jigheads in each of 8 assorted colors for a total of 64.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exellent Perfect for Walleye,great for jigging or trolling. June 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by high quality These jigs are great for catching fish.I like having an oversized hook on my jigs .I am often fishing for bigger fish with light jig weights and these Stingers make for more hook ups. Seems as Bass Pro is phasing them out they don't have the catalog presence they once did.Don't discontinue Bass Pro! May 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect wacky jigs Wowza! On a hunch I ordered the Bass Pro Big Bite Jigs in 1/16 oz. size. I took 4 inch plastic worms and slender plastic minnows, hooked them wacky style right thru the middle, and proceeded to slam the smallmouth here in Wisconsin's Chippewa River. I would love to see these jigs be continued for sale, and even better, for them to be offered in a 3/32 oz. size. Great hooks too! September 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome These hooks are outstanding for bass fishing, they have a perfect wide hook for easy hook sets that stick. They work exeptional for soft plastic jigging. March 7, 2011
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Are these made of lead ?

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I'm going to do smallie fishing in NH and lead is prohibited in NH.
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yes they are I believe
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yes these are lead head jigs
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What size are the hooks on these jig heads?
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4,6,8
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The hooks are oversize. I would say they are about 1/0 and they are strong and sharp.
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1/8 in the summer and Fall and 1/16 in spring
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1/32 and1/16
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Always go as small as you can get away with for the water you are fishing. 1/8oz would be as big as I would go. 1/16oz is always a good bet.
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Most people use 1/16 for crappie and maybe 1/8 for the larger slabs or smaller bass.
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