Hart Tackle Justice Jig with Chunk Trailer

   

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Black Blue

Black Blue

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
67JC-007

Fish Hunter

Fish Hunter

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
67JC-107

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
67JC-003

Blue Fire

Blue Fire

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
67JC-112

Pumpkin/Purple Flash

Pumpkin/Purple Flash

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
67JC-012

Okie Craw

Okie Craw

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
67JC-011
  • Includes a free salt-impregnated Rat-L-Chunk trailer with floating claws and a rattlin' insert
  • Has the features to make bass really commit to the strike
  • Inset molded eye prevents snags
  • Flat head gives great swimming action

The Justice Jig with Chunk Trailer by Hart Tackle has all the fish-catching features to make bass really commit to the strike. The Justice Jig comes loaded with a salt-impregnated Rat-L-Chunk Trailer with floating claws and a rattlin' insert to form a deadly combination of bass appealing noise and action. The well-balanced Justice Jig features a flat head design which lets it easily scoot across the bottom and stand up in defensive position, while the inset molded eye helps prevent snags.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT when compared to other jigs, this one is great. for the price you cannot go wrong. i have always used and like Hart products. April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exceptional Value I was astounded at the quality of this jig for less than $2.00. It has a solid hook, nice paint job, and sensible weed guard, plus a nice color matched trailer which came with a rattle for the trailer (purchased my jig at another store before seeing them here). Kind of makes you wonder what you are being charged for with some jigs costing $4-5 and more. April 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Oh ya i love these! I landed one my first throw out, n i usually never have luck with them. The rattle is awesome n make the bass go crazy! July 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't beat the price Great jig/chunk combo and you can't beat the price. Multiple rattles and the trailer has a nice action on the claws. April 25, 2013
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2 years, 6 months ago
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you slip it into the front of the craw, and then run the hook into the craw and through the hole in the rattle.
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I slipped the black rattle on the hook before adding the trailer, so it will be underneath the chunk. Probably not essential, just adds more rattle action.
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Buy yourself some tube rattles. The band around the neck has two small holes made to hold the tube rattles. You can put up to two rattles on each jig. I have found the rattle doesnt catch more fish for me. I have had no problems without rattles.
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Slide the hole on the rattle over the hook and pull it all the way up to the skirt
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am thinking the little black piece might be a tube rattle. the one i ordered did not have a tube rattle; instead, it had a pod type insert as a rattle.
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A extra rattle
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Im pretty sure your talking about the rattle that you put on the jig itself
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That may be the rattling insert.
2 years, 10 months ago
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a rattle
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The little black piece you are talking about it a weed guard. It allows you to fish heavy weeds or timbers.
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 - Millsboro, delaware
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personally, for me it is a flipping jig.
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I use this jig mostly for flipping and pitching but I have caught a bass in open water with this jig
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That is a flipping jig. It has a flat head and says nothing about swimming it.
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Its a flipping jig, but you can definitely swim it also
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This came with two rattles, one in a clam shell looking pod and the other in a tube. which one goes into the trailer? That, and did anyone else's come with only one tube rattle?
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mine came with one rattle, and it is of the pod type. the pod type goes into the slot in the craw type trailer. be sure you run the jig hook through the trailer and the pod both.
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The clam one goes in the trailer and Im pretty sure it only comes with only one rattle tube
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I believe theat each rattle makes a different sound. Try one and then the other to determine which is most productive for you.
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the clam shell one goes in the trailer...and the tube rattle goes on the hook...i dont know why they only give one though
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