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Bass Pro Shops Stand Up Jighead Lead Heads

   

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1/8 oz.

Unpainted

10

1/0 Hook

Model:
SU-18-10
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 508280

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1/4 oz.

Unpainted

10

2/0 Hook

Model:
SU-14-10
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 508293

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Quality at a great price is what you will get with Bass Pro Shops®' very own line of Stand Up Jighead lead heads.

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Packaged wrong I ordered three packages of these jigs and when I received them I noticed they looked awfully small. I ordered 1/4 oz jigs and thought that the 2.69 price was a pretty good deal for a 15 pack of 1/4 oz jigs. Upon opening one of the packages I decided to weigh one of them on my digital kitchen scales, noticing how small they were. And as I suspected they were 1/8 oz jigs although the packages are clearly marked 1/4 oz. Anyone who fishes these types of jigs can quickly tell the difference of weight simply by looking. I give them three stars for the simple fact that I'm sure they are good jigs...but if you order 1/4 oz jigs you expect to get 1/4 oz jigs. July 21, 2010
B.P. lead heads This might be a very over looked item.Use the one-thirty second with the squirmin squirts,deadly! These hooks are bigger and sharper, for those slab crappies.Best in there class! August 20, 2006
Could be better I have used the weedless heads for the first time and IT NEEDS IMPROVEMENTS...the hook stays fairly weedless .....The angle of the line tie on the hook needs moved from 90 degrees to 60 degrees to help keep weeds off of the line tie.... June 18, 2007
Total Junk They straighten out when bringing in decent keeper size redfish and you loose the fish. June 12, 2010
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 - Province of Quebec
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There's no easy answer; depends on the plastic and conditions. If it's a full bodied 5" shad-type swimbait, the 3/4 oz is likely a perfect match. If the 5" bait is slender or has a thin tail such as on a single tail grub, a 1/2 oz or even a 3/8 oz may work well. Also, water depth, current and desired rate-of-fall affect your choice of head weight. Without seeing the bait you're referring to, I'll say get the 3/4 oz and 1/2 oz, start with the examples I used above and change as needed.
Also, notice the people around you who're getting bit and mimic what they're using/doing. If using plastics with jig heads, see what size head and plastic they're tossing, if they're counting down after the lure hits the water and they're rate and style of retrieve. Nothing works like proven success; don't be shy about aping the guy who's catching the most fish.
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yes as far as I know it is. they have lots of jig heads
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Gamakatsu Hooks?

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Do they use gamakatsu hooks?/ if not what kind do they use?
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 - Rochester NY
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I believe that they use Eagle Claw hooks on these jigs. The are not Gamakatsu. They do sell some jigs that have Gamakatsu hooks on them and they are more expensive, you get fewer jigs and only come in size 4 hooks. The Eagle Claws are sharp hooks and they are fine on these small jigs. I've had no problems with them.
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Unfortunately, they do not use Gamagatzu hooks in these jig heads. They actualy use Eagle Claw hooks.
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They use Eagle Claw.
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