Best lure for the money
I have bought several of these stump jumper lures and have had great success with them. I have caught bass, bream, and mostly crappie. These are great lures and I will continue to buy and use them. They work real good in South Georgia. I have been using them for several years now and will keep using them. Thank you Bass Pro Shop.
February 15, 2014
STUMP JUMPER LURE
VERY CHEAP NOT WORTH THE MONEY THE PAINT FALLS OFF WAS LOOSE IN BOX WHEN IT WAS SHIPPED VERY DISSAFIED
October 7, 2013
I am using these jigs as a casting bait in the back creeks around the Chesapeake Bay. They cause incredible reaction strikes from many species. That is what makes them a great bait. I have caught 4 different species in the same fising spot in as many casts. They are dynamite for perch, small redfish, croakers and chopper bluefish.
August 6, 2012
Great great lure
Caught huge white bass, largemouth and a walleye, phenomenal lures very small but catches like no other
June 25, 2011
Lure weight in this instance helps to determine the overall size of the jig head. For a slower fall you would need a smaller weight, while faster falls require heavier jigs. This is especially useful when jigging vertically or when trying to get the bait to very deep portions of the body of water you are fishing quickly.
if your lure isnt very heavy you could tie on a little weight for more distances in casting. Also when your fishing the bottom of the water, the current can move the weights around so it matters how much current as well.
I dont know what it means but it is weedless by incorporating a nylon weed guard in front of the hook. I will admit, it is not entirly (weedless) but it is good if you are working in light vertical weeds. Tight Lines
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