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The Bass Pro Shops® Enticer® Pro Series Rattling Jig rattles, so the fish love it, and it's weedless, so you'll love it in thick cover. This Enticer Pro Rattling Jig has a thick 40-strand skirt, chip-resistant head, premium weedguard, loud barrel rattle chamber, and an Eagle Claw® Lazer Sharp® needle point 2X hook.
Bass Pro Shops Enticer Pro Series Rattling Jig
I wasnt a jig fisherman but decided to give it a shot. I purchased about 12 of these jigs in different colors and sizes as a starter kit to see if jigging was something I would get into. I caught many fish on these jigs and remember my first jig bass vividly. The pics im including are my second and third jig fish ever caught on these jigs. My most productive color was black/purple scale, just a deadly color!
The only drawbacks I have about these lures is the rubber band that holds the skirt on. They seem real sensitive and will break and expand as if not worm proof. Some better bands would make this a 5 star bait!
December 9, 2008
Like most BPS products, the 'BPS Enticer Pro Series Rattling Jig' is a quality product. Time and time again it produces quality strikes from high quality fish. I have and will continue to recommend these jigs to everyone. For the price you simply can not beat them!
I have read some complaints like the hooks straightened out... SERIOUSLY? I call shenanigans on that one... If you abuse the lure and hang it up in an underwater obstruction and are lucky enough to pull it out, then maybe I can see you straightening the hook out. No bass is going to straighten the shank time after time as one person below said...
As for the complaints about the placement and style of the rattle, I can see the being more of a factor if you have a specific trailer that you want to place on there. I use Yum Chunk trailers and have found the easiest way to make them mount properly is to take an "L" shaped cut out of them so there is enough of the original trailer to fit properly on the hook as well as over the rattle.
The paint will chip when fishing a rocky bottom. However, I have not come across a jig that will not chip when dragging it through a rocky surface. Adding a few extra coats of clear nail polish will help and that is quite routine for me now with every jig.
At the end of the day these jigs are value priced, high quality and a regular piece of my bass fishing regimen.
April 3, 2011
Just caught and released 10-2-11 the biggest LM bass of my life 9LB in NJ on this Jig using a BP Triple Ripple Craw trailer.
Ordering more jigs today
October 2, 2011
Don't waste your money
These jigs are a disappointment plain and simple. First off, the band that holds the silicone skirt in place is not tight at all. I've had 3 come apart on me while taking them out of my storage container, and 1 on a retrieve. The rattle is loud, but doesn't leave any room for a trailer. Finally, the "hump" behind the jighead designed to hold the skirt in place doesn't have enough height to it. That, coupled with the flimsy band, makes the skirt slide off the jig easily. If you want something that lasts, buy a Strike King Hack Attack, Denny Brauer Premier pro model, or KVD swim jig based upon your needs. The design of the Enticer is junk, and after I had one come apart on me today, I cleaned out all them from my box and put them in the trash.
April 5, 2010
You can use Paca Craws on the 1/4oz jig. It has the same 4/0 hook as the 3/8oz. I would however highly recommend the Paca Chunk as a trailer for the jig instead. Its solid body is perfect and the pinchers still have that awesome Paca action.