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Between the perfect "finesse" worm rig and the "perfect" worm rig I prefer the perfect worm rig because of the longer shank below the bullet sinker which allows a larger chunk of worm, lizard, or any applicable bait to be imbeded in the shank for a firmer grip. I've found the Gamakatsu hooks to be sharp and reliable, I've experienced no problems with these rigs whatsoever.
Either rig IMO is better then using a slide bullet sinker which can either be left free to slide or be blocked in place, the Luck "E" Strike perfect rigs seem to work better for me in brush or thick weed cover then the slide type bullet sinker.
September 2, 2012
My new favorite rig! I'm always using separate hooks and bullet sinkers but this makes it much quicker! Plus you dont have to peg the weight cuz its molded on! I love the light weights available, a lot of times I want just enough weight to get my bait to sink, but not rocket to the bottom and these do that well.
They should mention this in the description. These are made with GAMAKATSU hooks!! My favorite brand because they are absolutely the sharpest hooks anywhere!
I use these on 4inch strike king 3x worms and zoom tiny brush hogs and they really work very well thru weeds, getting me fish with such ease. I'll definitely buy more!
September 26, 2011
this works well in grass and weeds and doesn't foul.
July 19, 2011
best jig head on market
They still have the picture backwards in book. I prefer the finesse head for 4-5 inch baits without the longer shaft.
April 22, 2011
I answered my own question. They work fine with tubes < 3 inches.. For me, working with internal tube weights is a pain. (Some fit fine; while other times the tube just won't take the weight.) This rig solves that problem.
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