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1/8 oz.

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3/16 oz.

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1/4 oz.

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3/8 oz.

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4/0 Hook
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From our team of bass fishing professionals comes a series of Bass Pro Shops® Premium Jigheads that should be a mainstay in every serious angler's tackle system. Molded with premium VMC® hooks for the ultimate in hooksetting power.

Bass Pro Shops® Premium Jighead - Darter Head 4.3 5 7 7
Simple, sharp and they work For the shallow inshore fishing, darter heads with small plastics work great. I've used some more expensive brands can can't tell the difference. November 4, 2010
inaccurate labeling according to the description, the 1/4 oz. ones come with a 4/0 hook but the hooks are exactly the same size as the 1/16, 1/8, and 3/16 oz. ones which are listed as 3/0. i have them all but i specifically bought a bunch of the 1/4 oz. ones because i wanted the larger hook. disappointing. i really wish there wasn't so much "nose" in front of the hook eyelet...it's a real weed catcher. although—in fairness—this is no worse than the gammy and owner versions of darter heads. finally, the barb collar is kind of weak. i find i have to add a drop of superglue to keep most of my plastics from sliding down the shaft. gamakatsu's full-width double collar design works much better. September 22, 2008
Darter Jigheads These jigheads are fantastic. When walleyeing, you are able to use lighter jigs to get down deeper due to the "cutting" head design which swims through the water with less resistance. The Owner hooks are extremely sharp and the longer throat of the hook allows for more positive hook sets. I highly recommend this jig. November 13, 2007
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how long are the hook shanks?
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They are longer then the average 1/4-3/8 jig. The owner darter heads are average length, and these are longer by a 1/4" or so.
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They are 4.4 cm from the front of the hook eye, to the outside of the curve in the hook bend.

I returned mine as they were much longer than the Owner version.
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never saltwater fished before. A Bass Pro person gave me suggestions, and I ordered Kastmaster, Krocka dile spoons, bomber, diawa salt pro minnow, and darter head jigs and Berkley gulp jerk shad. What will I need to rig all these things and how to accomplish that rigging?
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Hawkeye69;
The first 4 items you list are all cast-and-retrieve lures, as is the Berkeley jerk shad. The jerk shad will work if placed nose-first on the darter head jig, though will require a fairly light rod/reel combo to cast since the darter head is 3/8 ounce max. The Berkeley package probably has rigging suggestions on the back; if not, go to their website and type in "Gulp! jerk shad - rigging and tips". The other manufacturers will have tips on their websites, as well.
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the jig heads are used to hold the gulp jerk shad. ALl of the other lures you mentioned can attach directly to your main line or leader line with a knot of your choice, I recommend non slip loop knots or palomar knots.
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