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1/8 oz.

Unpainted

4

3/0 Hook

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300S
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3/16 oz.

Unpainted

4

3/0 Hook

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300S
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1/4 oz.

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4

3/0 Hook

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3/8 oz.

Unpainted

4

3/0 Hook

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Outfitted with a 60° flat eye Gamakatsu® sproat hook.
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Works flawlessly I use these inside the BPS teaser tubes and they work like a champ. 1/8 ounce is barely enough to sink a tube though so I stick with 3/16 ounce and have no issues. Hook sets are good everytime, no bent hooks, no rolled points. All around good tube jig. Will definitely buy more. September 5, 2014
Just the right size fits inside a 4" tube nicely,right length and very sharp hooks. releases from the fish easily because of the length. June 13, 2014
Quality Probably the best tube jig head I have used. Good quality hook. June 28, 2011
Good sharp jig head Used these IN hollow belly swimbaits...they work very well, sharp hook, stought too... June 14, 2011
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what is the best all around weight for deeper water. ( Fishing from shore, max depth of 23 ft ) Thanks !
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I use the 3/16 ounce and it worked great. The 1/8 ounce wasn't heavy enough to actually sink the tube, but when it did the tube always popped up on the surface. I would use the 3/16 or maybe the 1/4 ounce if I was you.
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I use 1/8 oz. in 2-6 ft depth with little wind & 1/4 oz in deeper water
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I wouldn't use anything larger than 1/4 oz. unless you're fishing current. The 1/4 oz. allow the jig to sink slow and when jigged back, the light weight really allows your tube to dance and dart.
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Well you have to let the fish answer that question. Sometimes they like a slow fall sometimes they like a fast fall , but an all-around good one is 3/16 of an ounce
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I've found some hooks are not long enough to properly rig 4 inch tubes with. Does anyone have experience rigging them?
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 - Toronto, Ontario
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Dont buy Bite Me tube head modles. Buy the Bass Pro Shops Pro model. The hook shank is linger and they will fork with 4 in tubes. Buy teh 1/4 oz size.
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All I had to do is make a little cut at the base of the tube so the tube would sit straight. Then you can either use a lighter or fishing glue to repair the tube if you so desire.
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