Bass Pro Shops® Painted Round Jigheads - 1/64 oz.

   

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1/64 oz.

White

10

#6 Hook

Model:
RJH64B-012-10

1/64 oz.

Chartreuse

10

#6 Hook

Model:
RJH64B-019-10

1/64 oz.

Black

10

#6 Hook

Model:
RJH64B-001-10

1/64 oz.

Red

10

#6 Hook

Model:
RJH64B-006-10

1/64 oz.

Hot Pink

10

#6 Hook

Model:
RJH64B-017-10
Bass Pro Shops' Painted Round Jigheads are simply the best jigheads available! These well-balanced Round Jigheads are perfect for small grubs, tubes and other small soft plastics, and feature super-sharp size 6 hooks, clean hook eye, barb to prevent bait slippage and durable painted round heads with realistic looking eyes. The odds are in your favor when you're casting these high-quality jigheads.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great little hook I love to use there for making rigs. good for crappie and saltwater baitfish. love to make sabiki rigs with them. May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very pleased I love these hooks. Bass Pro has them at a great price in bulk. June 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Painted Jigheads Have found that the hot pink ones are an eye catcher for Catfish, Walleye, and Carp when used with live worms. I do wish someone would make one at a 3/16 oz. weight and a 2/0 hook. That would be a very good size. June 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by great under a slip bobber i just put on a berkley gulp minnow and a slip bobber and i always catch fish. May 14, 2011
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How do I get the paint out of the eyelet without creating a line-cutting, sharp edge in the process?
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I found a needle to be the best bet. Sharp yet wont leave the jagged edge
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You have to ! The eyelet are clear and ready to take your knot !
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