Bass Pro Shops® Hook Guard for Weedless Lures
Patented design allows you to make your favorite lures weedless in a matter of seconds. The Hook Guard pushes onto the hook and over the keeper allowing you to put your plastic or live bait on behind it. The hook point then embeds into the end of the Hook Guard.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by SMCUSN Outstanding product These weed less hook guards do an outstanding job of keeping your crappie jigs free of snags. They assist you in gaining access to those areas that you were hesitant to explore in the past. Now you can spend more time catching and less time rigging May 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by weedguard weedless jigs Very good product. Works well on small road runners and crappie jigs which tend to hang up alot. Does not seem to reduce hookups on fish. Highly reccommended for fishing crappie jigs in heavy cover. April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by shadyrest GREAT PRODUCT Tried these out and they are great. Did not get hung up fishing for crappie around tree limbs. I used them with Trout Magnets. Great Product I will get more. April 1, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gascrappie Cheaper I have used these guards for years and they definitly save jigs. However, the manufacturer has gone the cheap route by shortening their length to save money. I would rather pay a little more for a good product than get inferior merchandise. If you want a decent size guard for crappie jigs, order the large and cut as needed. March 21, 2013
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Details:Like with a super fluke and a simple ball jighead? Are they big enough?
A:I would say NO because they have shortened the length. Before ,maybe, but not now.
A:I have never tried one of these on a super fluke (I imagine they would work) but they are big enough for a ball head jig
A:yes, they are big enough for most applications
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Details:I'm asking b/c I also do salt water fishing in addition to fresh water and I was curious if the salt would affect the performance.
A:I fish in brackish water year round. I have not had any problems, as long as the hook does not rust.
A:These are made of a soft plastic material and hooksets should not be a problem. Saltwater should not affect this product any more than freshwater but don't quote me on that!
A:there made of a pretty hard rubber and u should have no problem using them in a slat water situation i would just dry the hooks well before putting them on bc they will hold water inside of them and will rust the hooks fast
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