Bass Pro Shops® Round Head Spinner Jigheads
A traditional round jighead with the added attraction of a Indiana blade-a deadly one-two punch for making lethargic fish bite. Great flash, great thump!
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Polarisman Love em Really like these jigs, Good for crappie's and other panfish. July 31, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rote Good for light tackle I love these jog heads. My only knock on them is the hook is not very strong. Don't try to muscle in a larger bass or catfish if you hook into one. These will produce a wide variety of fish. July 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by LEB55 Good Product/Price The round spinner heads are a good alternative to Roadrunner heads. Please review offering this product without the barb behind head April 8, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by LouS Too many fish get off the hook... We tried these when they came out due to the high cost of RoadRunner jig heads. The thing is, it attracts the fish just as well, but after hooking into them, more fish get away. After looking at the hooks on these and RR jigs, it would appear that the barb on these is less extended, so it appears that that may be the reason more fish seem to evade capture with these than with the original RR jigs. They need to specify a slightly better hook so that the manufacturer can make a product which can compete toe to toe with RoadRunner. I wish I could recommend these, but I just can't. The RoadRunners seem to be a much better lure when it comes to getting the fish into the boat. The fix would be simple, and I sure wish they would implement it, even at a slight increase in price it would be worth it. Mustad makes an awesome thin blue wire hook just for Crappies, (SKU: 37361-20 for example) that would be fantastic. Being thin, it penetrates very well, and is small enough that you can get it out of wood with 6 lb test most of the time. They would have to modify the hook to work in a mold, but a hook of this type would smoke the RR jigs because they would hold fish as well, and fewer lures would be lost to snags, so in every way they would out fish the RR jigs. June 5, 2011