Bass Pro Shops® Unpainted Jigheads

   

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1/32 oz.

Unpainted

25

#6 Hook

Model:
BH-132-25

1/16 oz.

Unpainted

25

#4 Hook

Model:
BH-116-25

1/8 oz.

Unpainted

25

#1 Hook

Model:
BH-18-25

1/4 oz.

Unpainted

25

1/0 Hook

Model:
BH-14-25

3/8 oz.

Unpainted

25

3/0 Hook

Model:
BH-38-25

1/32 oz.

Unpainted

25

#6 Hook

Model:
BG-132-25

1/16 oz.

Unpainted

25

#4 Hook

Model:
BG-116-25

1/8 oz.

Unpainted

25

#1 Hook

Model:
BG-18-25

1/4 oz.

Unpainted

25

1/0 Hook

Model:
BG-14-25
When you're serious about jigheads, these high-quality models from Bass Pro Shops are definitely the ones you'll want. Made with tough, fish-holding Eagle Claw® hooks and a strong double-eye design, they're easy to set up and will perform cast after cast. Comes in a reusable clam pack container.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by good this has a good wight to it when i throw out it get far to big fish for catfish bait i use grub curly tails on this but the hook is not the strong point i lost a big flip jack on it that made me mad still awesome jig head May 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bendable but effective. Great bang for the buck but when the fish are hitting you will want to change out after 40 hook sets or so. They seem bend a little too much after thet. March 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Market topper Low line tie eye doesn't force Mr. Bass' large mouth to open on hook set - other brands are too high. Good value for the money. Both the 1/4 & 3/8 oz sizes could use the next hook size. August 16, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cruddy Jigs. Buyer Beware! I ordered 12 packs of 1/32 oz. jigs (300 total), and 28 packs of 1/16 oz. jigs (700 total), for perch and crappie fishing. These have to be the worst jigs I have ever seen, bar none! While the barb on the collar is well formed, there was TONS of lead flashing along the center seam of all the jigs, leading to a knife edge that cuts through any plastic body you put on. It looks like these jigs were cast with very little care. But secondly, and most importantly, the Eagle Claw hooks on these jigs were the most dull hooks I have ever seen in my entire life! In every pack that I opened up, EVERY SINGLE HOOK WAS EXTREMELY DULL. Dull to the point were I could drag the point of the hook across my finger without even catching! It really was something to see how dull these hooks were. Eagle Claw's quality has dropped significantly and increasingly over the last several years. This will be the last Eagle Claw equipped set of jigs I will ever use. To say the least, I was not happy. I retuned these jigs, and will continue to look for something much better in quality. Buyer Beware! June 29, 2012
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The difference between the two 1/8 oz hooks is SKU 507931 has a gold hook and SKU 507914 has a bronze hook.
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What are the sizes of the hooks on these jigheads? I'm looking for something compatible with the BPS Tripple Ripple grubs particularly in the 2" size.
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they are no#1s
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I use 1/4 oz and 3/8 oz BPS jigheads with 4" Grubs and Tubes. I am far from an expert, but if you are using 2" grubs, it sounds like you would probably want to use a 1/16 oz or 1/8 oz BPS jighead. The 1/16 oz has a #4 hook and the 1/8 oz has a # 1 hook. So you should base your hook size/jighead on the type of fish you are targeting.
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Hook sizes are listed in the chart.
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