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Bass Pro Shops Finesse Football Head Spiral Lock Jigheads

   

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1/8 oz.

Black

5

3/0 Hook

Model:
FFH618-001B-5
  • $5.29

  • SKU: 1457376

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3/16 oz.

Black

5

3/0 Hook

Model:
FFH6316-001B-5
  • $5.29

  • SKU: 1457380

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1/4 oz.

Black

5

4/0 Hook

Model:
FFH614-001B-5
  • $5.29

  • SKU: 1457384

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Our well-balanced Bass Pro Shops® Finesse Football Head Spiral Lock Jigheads will make your soft plastics stand up and dance! The jighead's football-shaped head sports durable paint jobs in proven paint schemes with baitfish eyes, and the spiral lock firmly holds your bait in place without hindering presentation. Complete with a quick-penetrating Gamakatsu® hook with a 60° turned eye.

Bass Pro Shops Finesse Football Head Spiral Lock Jigheads 4.4 5 19 19
Awesome for shaky worming... I use the 1/4 oz black football spiral lock jigheads with the red hooks and they are perfect. I used one yesterday (April 4, 2009) with a green w/red flake Stik-O on it and the smallies loved it. Biggest of the day was a 5 lb 3 oz. April 5, 2009
Great Shaky Head Jig I'm a big fan of the football head design in bigger, skirted bass jigs, which is what prompted me to try it in the shaky head (or finesse) version. This shape keeps the bait from falling over to the right or left. If you slowly drag it forward, the bait stands up erect. If you give it slack, the bait tilts backward. This action, IMO, makes the movement of the bait more realistic. I wish that these jigs used the post design to attach plastics rather than the corkscrew because when I'm threading small finesse worms on the screw, I find it difficult to get them on straight and not poke the screw through the side of the bait. Not that big of a deal, just personal preference developed after using Spot Removers. August 25, 2009
Finesse jigheads. Anyone who like to fish slow and steady in the midst of dabree on the bottom. This is the product for you. They rarely get stuck and you'll pull out more bass with this on the end of your line than any other product I can think of. Give them a try and you'll not be sorry. November 14, 2014
excellent purchase have been bass fishing for approx. 30 yrs. always had the impression that big bait- big bass. last month i fished with a friend that has been fishing tournements for awhile. we started throwing 7" soft plastic with no luck for about 2hrs. he then changed to a small jig head with a small finesse worm, i made all kinds of funny remarks, but to my disbelief he boated 3 bass over 3lbs in about 30 min. he wouldn't let me have one out of his box, practically had to beg for one for about an hour, while he was still gettig bites. after i got one i boated several. went to out door world, but they were out. had to place this order. but did buy a pack of every color finesse they had. have been tearing up bass since i received my order. now when the bite is slow i quickly change to my excellent new bait. January 17, 2011
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WHAT ARE THE SCREWS FOR ?
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You screw you worm on the cork=screw and then you sink the hook into the body of the worm. That helps the worm to stand up while on the bottom.
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To anchor your worm, lizard or other soft plastic bait. To use it:
Take your worm or your lizard or whatever soft plastic you're using and you take just a little bit of the tip off and then you screw it on twisting it clockwise until it's on straight.
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the screws on the jig head is for you to screw the worm on, so the worm won't slide down the hook when casting or flipping. it also keeps the worm straight on the hook when rigged texas style. it is very important to start screwing the worm straight and keeping it straight all the way up to the end of the screw. that will help to keep it straight and give it a more life like appearance.
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To thread the head of the plastic worm on. Thats what will hold it in place.
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The spiral screw lock keep plastics secured in place, preventing them from sliding down the hook. To rig a worm, you would simply place the nose on the spiral, screw the worm until it’s secured on the spiral and then insert the hook point into the worm’s body.
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the hook size is in between a no.1 and 2. when you measure the total length, head included it is the length of a no. 2 worm hook.
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3/0 for the 3/16 oz. and 4/0 for the 1/4 oz.
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