Buckeye Lures Spot Remover Jigheads
It DOES hold your plastic on
I have always shyed away from this jig head style because I did not believe that the silly little post could possibly hold plastics up. I saw some of these on sale the other day and decided to try 'em. Two days ago, while fishing for river smallies, I decided to put a Zoom Shakey Tail worm on one of these jig heads. The Zoom Shakey Tail is rather thin at the head so I figured it was just gonna fly off at the cast. Well, after one fish, two fish, three fish the worm did not slide down the post. I couldn't believe it. The smallies were not coming in easy either. They were jumpin and thrashin all the way. I think this is a great product. I do prefer football heads for the rocky river bottom ( in heavier current ) however, this jig proved me wrong.
September 17, 2009
best shaky heads
These jigs are the best ive had for shaky heading. They are very simple to use and have had great results with trick worms and powerbait. Keeps bait on good and gives them great action.
March 8, 2009
Spot Removers should be called Spot Stickers
Since my fishing buddy turned me on to this jig head they are my favorite goto bait with a Zoom pumpkin trick worm dipped in Chartreuse Garlic dye!
I love this bait !
June 14, 2008
Buckeye "spot remover" jighead
Don't be fooled by the name. This little guy isn't just for spots and finesse fishing. Tie the spot remover on your flippin' stick, spool up with heavy line and top it off with your favorite straight tail "trick worm" or craw bait....find some docks or wood and hang on!!! This little guy will take care of the rest. The spot remover has become my #1flippin bait over the last year. The unique fall and stand-up presentation of this jighead will entice the most finicky bass on the lake. For the "braid" folks...try the spot remover magnum it's heavier wire hook will withstand some of the hardest hooksets out there.
August 29, 2006