When you're serious about jigheads, these high-quality models from Bass Pro Shops® are definitely the ones you'll want. Made with tough, fish-holding bronze Eagle Claw® hooks and a strong double-eye design, they're easy to set up and will perform cast after cast. Long-lasting powder-coated paint finish in a wide range of fish attracting colors. Jigheads come in a reusable clam pack container.
I use jigs in a very wooded lake , so I go through a lot of jigs. They usually cost about 50 cents each if purchased locally.When I saw the Bass Pro price I knew I had to try them out, as the unit price for 25 pk was about 25 cents. They are a good quality jig, at a very good price.When I reorder I will go for the 100 pack and bring my cost down to about 15 cents each.The best part is they catch fish..
August 8, 2012
Very Poorly Made
These Jig heads rust within a few days, they did not even get exposed to water just humidity inside my boat.
July 18, 2012
Great Little Jighead
I use the 1/32 oz jighead with the 2" white BPS tripple ripple grub. Its deadly on the New River. I've caught smallmouth bass, "red eyes", redbreasted sunfish, brim, suckers, rainbow trout and walleye using this combination. Hooks are sharp and inexpensive, less than 20 cents a jig plus another 16 cents for the grub I've caught as many as 30 fish on the same one. If you get caught on a rock in swift current breaking off a 36 cent lure is not as tough as leaving behind a 5 to 7 dollar crankbait. These work very well don't hesitate to buy them.
July 14, 2012
The Good and Bad
I assume the hooks set great and that all the jigs easily accept what ever soft bait you want to put on them but I am still taking my time trying to get the paint out of the eyelet. Better luck next time. Will not be buying Bass Pro Shop Jig Heads again.
July 2, 2012
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