Bass Pro Shops® Enticer® Pro Series Weedless Football Jigheads
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- Football-shaped head
- Recessed eye
- Baitkeeper shank
The Bass Pro Shops Enticer Pro Series Weedless Football Jigheads feature a unique head that is molded in the shape of a football, keeping the hook from falling over when it hits bottom. These Football Jigs feature a recessed eye for fewer hangups and more knot protection, a baitkeeper shank, and Gamakatsu® hooks.
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 18
Rated 1 out of 5 by coloradobass jig
worst jig on the market. The weed guard falls off right out of the box. I like BPS products but this one is awful.
November 22, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by IceInTheVeins ZERO DURABILITY
Bought these to fish skirted grubs in rock and timber rip rap. The weedguard falls right out and the duribility is zilch. Don't buy this.
August 28, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by tritonbass good to tie jigs with
I've been using these heads to tie jigs for 3 years, and i've been very satisfied. I pull the weed guard out to help make it easier so the fact that it comes out fairly easy is good. the line tie position is great and gammy hooks!!!!The only neg. thing for me is I would like to see a thicker trailer keeper on the shank of the hook
July 15, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by retiredandlovingit Disposable Jigs?
Colors, good! Quality, bad! The color selection on these is awesome, and I love the recessed line tie. However, quality control is nonexsistant on this product. The paint looks like it was applied by a kindergarten class. Additionally, they package the jigs while the paint is still wet. Moving on to the weedguards, they're the worst I've ever seen. I haven't had them fall out on me yet, but a twenty strand weedguard shouldn't stick out in eighty directions. They're impossible to trim cleanly. the only reason I give these a 2 star rating is because the line tie protects the knot when working rock faces, and because this is the only black/red flake jig head I've been able to find. Until I find a suitable replacement, I'll keep using these, but I can't honestly recommend them to anyone. Bottom line, a jig should outlast the trailer that's attatched to it.
March 5, 2009
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