Buckeye Lures Spot Remover Jigheads
This desighn may look weird but it will catch fish. On those days when you need to fish a shaky head this lure pulls right through. I love to fish these with a roboworm (these are unfortunatly not sold at BPS) because it gives the fish somthing it has never seen befor and looks exactly like a worm sitting upright almost rooted in the ground. Overall this jig really is a spot remover.
December 27, 2009
Um, not so much...
Started to do well with the shaky head, so I spent a little extra and bought these. The fish would not bite. Same worm, same weight head, same areas. Nothing. Went back to my old school heads, and fish on. I hate the peg. I will stay with my old school heads. Give these to someone you dont like. If you are going to use these, at least bend the hook out a little with some needle nose.
September 27, 2008
Never use any other brand!
I started out using another brand and wasn't getting a good hook up, so I changed to this one here and I haven't had a problem hooking up with a fish,I will say that after a couple of fish my worm is hard to stay on the head but I have never had a proplem with them not staying up without catching fish first.I have recommened these to many of guys I see looking at them at your store.
December 18, 2007
Surprised at the results
I've fished plastic worms since before Tom Mann's great, Grape Jellyworms! I still love them.
This jighead is a little different and it works.
My first cast with it, I had a hit, but failed to hook up.
In the next 1/2 hour I brought two in and missed
Not bad for experimenting on a 'kids pond'.
I think the worm head screw could be improved!
I will keep this in my arsenal.
June 26, 2010