Fin-tech® Nuckle Ball® Original Two Tone Jigs

   

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1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Orange Chartreuse

2

#2 Hook

Model:
NOD-100 2PK

1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Green Chartreuse

2

#2 Hook

Model:
NOD-101 2PK

1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Green Glow

2

#2 Hook

Model:
NOD-102 2PK

1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Pink White

2

#2 Hook

Model:
NOD-103 2PK

1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Fire

2

#2 Hook

Model:
NOD-113 2PK

1/4 oz.

1/4 oz.

Orange Chartreuse

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-200 2PK

1/4 oz.

1/4 oz.

Green Chartreuse

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-201 2PK

1/4 oz.

1/4 oz.

Green Glow

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-202 2PK

1/4 oz.

1/4 oz.

Pink White

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-203 2PK

1/4 oz.

1/4 oz.

Fire

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-213 2PK

3/8 oz.

3/8 oz.

Orange Chartreuse

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-300 2PK

3/8 oz.

3/8 oz.

Green Chartreuse

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-301 2PK

3/8 oz.

3/8 oz.

Green Glow

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-302 2PK

3/8 oz.

3/8 oz.

Pink White

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-303 2PK

3/8 oz.

3/8 oz.

Fire

2

1/0 Hook

Model:
NOD-313 2PK
Versatile baits feature the revolutionary "head under" design, kinked shank, weedless eyelet, and a Mustad® Knife Edge hook.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really Like These Jigs Fishing for Sauger, Saugeye and Walleye on the Ohio River and really do like the way these jigs perform when tipped with a minnow. The way they stand up and the lack of the throat lets me get a hook deep into the tail of a tipped minnow. That's really key for catching those tail-biting sauger. December 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Jig I caught a lot of Walleyes on this jig in Canada. It sits on the bottom with the bait just off the ground. Great design. July 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by So far so good...less snags So far so good; I bought several of these in 1/4 oz and I purchased the nite glow versions as well. I am fishing for saugeye from the bank and I have to stay tight to the bottom. Where I fish for these elusive creatures it is rocky, there are small diameter stumps and lots of broken lines with terminal tackle and hooks from other peoples' snags. When I say rocky, I mean large gravel, not bolder sized where the jig would fall between and snag; for those areas of the lake I bump crankbaits. My first time out with these and I have experienced significantly less snags than other various jig heads I've used. The shape of the jig head and the fact that you can rig plastics to be weedless; makes them ideal for the lake bottoms I described. They get four stars because I have not caught any fish on them, but I have gone out with these jigs once and it was after a front, I know the saugeye were not where I was fishing. April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nuckle Ball Jigs I bought these in a few colors in both the 1/8th and 1/4 oz size for the Saginaw River in Saginaw MI. The days I've been there this year the bite has been light and we've had the best luck with the 1/8th oz jig in green chartreuse or plain chartreuse. Other colors would probably work, that is just the only ones I used because they were catching fish. We tipped them with Zoom tiny flukes in baby bass and green albino. The tiny flukes worked better than real minows! This rig is no secret on the Saginaw River, lots of guys use this combo because it works. We have given fish away to guys who caught nothing. They were using 1/2 oz jigs and 4 inch twister tails, Too big for a subtle bite! December 4, 2012
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