Custom-bend Mustad® Ultra Point™ Black Nickel Hook
These Heavy Cover Finesse Football Jigs from Jewel Bait are designed with a concave head, a seductive Hyperflare skirt and a 45° flat spot on the head which enables the jig to stand in a defensive position. A fiber weedguard allows anglers to effectively fish these Football Jigs in the deepest of cover and a proprietary custom-bend Mustad® Ultra Point™ Black Nickel Hook keeps the fish hooked all the way to the boat. 2 pack.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Treeman4044 Only Jig I Use
I wanted to take this time to let anyone who bass fishes know this Jig is awesome. When the bite is off or slow this will make the difference in your day. When your fishing tourneys like I do, this is the difference maker between a 10lb sack and a 15 to 20lb sack. The large profile and the defensive posture make this a deadly weapon in your arsenal. Every fish I have ever caught on this jig hit it hard and tried to leave the country with it. Good luck
December 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BlackandGold Great Jig!
Durable jig, works great over rock. Drives Bass nuts over small rock and shell as the 45 degree angle head digs in a bit and bounces well on its own with a slow retrieve. Works very well in cover, especially good banging it into wood. The hook is a little lite athough it hooks up great. Only problem is Jewel took out the watermelon purple flash color. I hope the color comes back!
April 15, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by vtbasser Great Jig
This is a great jig; it is very versatile and durable. I use it for anything from dragging for smallmouth to pitching to heavy cover for largemouth, as long as the weeds are sparse it works great. The hook is fantastic and the brush guard needs very little trimming. The paint on the heard is also very durable. Overall, hard to beat for rock cover and cattails/reeds.
October 31, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassBuist beast
this thing is a beast for throwinf iinto fallen trees and other heavy cover. i have caught several bass flipping this jig into weed beds. but the best way is to fish fallen trees or points and that is where the fish will be.
July 13, 2009