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Inspired by a Japanese jigging technique that uses 2 single-assist hooks, making it harder for a fish to throw the bait.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kahuna Works great
I caught 25 to 50 or more white bass (sandys) on 2 out 4 trips to the lake . Very seldom will they throw the spoon ! I would recommend a 1oz.. It cast farther & sinks faster ! I would rate it higher but the chrome came off on the 2nd. or 3rd. time I uesd it !!!
July 30, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by bsmacks76 give it a try
I used this jig on my last trip(first time trying it.) I caught a little bit of everything with it including a 40 lb. carp. The double hook end is great for those slow biters. Would recommend a rod with counter weight when "freestyle jigging" with this jig. Planning on buying it in a few more colors.
July 18, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by icatchmorefishthanyou not a bad spoon
went fishing for a few hours and cought some walleye on it, but its not the greatest but it will stay in my tackle box!
December 30, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by NJBass Take the bass by storm!
If you haven't tried out this new technique called "freestyle jigging," what are you waiting for? Give it a try! This is a new technique, so many bass have never seen jigs like these before. More like jigging spoons, you should fish them vertically near docks, bridge pilings, and deep structure. You can tie the line to either end, the hook eye providing more flutter. I like this lure also because of it's double hooks. This makes it much easier to get a hold of the fish, and easier to set the hook. The fish will also have difficulty throwing out these hooks. I recommend a longer than usual rod, sensitive, with a soft tip, like a G. Loomis IMX 7'6" Flipping Rod, which has a lot of backbone and sensitvity. Use braided line to detect bites easier. Set the hook with a flip of the wrist as soon as you feel the bass load up. I recommend color silver or shad. They are very flashy and look just like a dying baitfish.
December 28, 2007
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