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Bass Pro Shops® Premium Round Jigheads are simply the best! Our Premium Round Jigheads are available in your choice of super-hard solid or two-tone finishes with painted black-on-red or black-on-white double eyeballs. Made with a clean, open hook eye which ensures you spend more time fishing and less time busting out the paint. Complete with molded on premium Gamakatsu hooks.
Bass Pro Shops® Premium Round Jigheads - 1/8 oz.
Great for walleye
These jigs are probably the best for walleye, espicialy the dark jigs. I was fishing in Montana one year with my couzins and we caught 22 decent sized walleye in about 2 houres!
July 7, 2011
Red Hot Walleye Jig
Celebrated St. Patrick's Day the right way--11 river walleyes all caught on the BPS 1/8 oz. with the red hook. 2" or 3" twist tail grubs work great on this jig. I didn't have to clean out a single hook eye and the hooks are quite strong and sharp. Lost some paint off the heads, but that is all a part of doing battle with river walleyes.
Pretty inexpensive for the quality here. Throw a few packages in your tackle box, but don't leave them in there--get them in the water!
March 18, 2011
very chip resistant
best jig heads out there one day i was fishing for walleye i fished deep divers and spinners with nightcrawlrs nothing was working, not even a hit... i tied this on and put a nightcraler on it and whabaam!
September 20, 2010
this works very well withe the bass pro shops tri colored grub kit and and catches fish. it also works well with berkley tri colored grub.
January 1, 2010
For jig weights you will want to use which ever weight allows you to stay in your strike zone. If you are fishing bottom feeding fish use a weight that will keep you in contact with the bottom, but don't go to heavy, just enough to bounce off the bottom.
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