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Luck-E-Strike Scrounger Jigheads

   

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1/8 oz.

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4

#2 Hook

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SLB-182-4
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1/8 oz.

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#1 Hook

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SLB-181-4
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3/16 oz.

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1/0 Hook

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SLB-3161-4
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1/16 oz.

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#2 Hook

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SLB-162-4
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1/4 oz.

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3/0 Hook

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SSB-143-3
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1/4 oz.

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3/0 Hook

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SMB-143-3
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1/4 oz.

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3/0 Hook

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SLB-143-3
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3/8 oz.

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4/0 Hook

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SLB-384-2
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1/2 oz.

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2

4/0 Hook

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SLB-124-2
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3/4 oz.

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5/0 Hook

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SSB-345-2
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3/4 oz.

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5/0 Hook

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SLB-345-2
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1 oz.

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2

7/0 Hook

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SLB-107-2
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  • 35-year-old design has proven deadly on bass
  • Upright soft plastic bill pushes water and creates rocking motion
  • Juices the swimming action of any plastic trailer
  • Versatile – can be fished fast, slow, high or low

This 35-year-old Scrounger Jighead design has proven deadly on bass. The Scrounger Jighead's upright soft plastic bill pushes water up and around, creating a rocking motion that really juices the swimming action of any plastic trailer you add. Run it fast or slow, high or low, as a search bait or bounced on the bottom. The longer the Scrounger's bill, the greater the water resistance, and the higher/faster your bait can run.

Luck-E-Strike Scrounger Jigheads 4.3 5 45 45
a must to the arsenal these jig heads add a new action to any old bait.cast well, help prevent snags, but what I like the most it creates a wobble to whatever bait you attach it to. a swim bait with tail action now has double the action. during the retrieve if you put a slight tug from the tip of the rod makes the bait go erratic. August 18, 2014
Suspended bass fluke head I like this scrounger head for suspended bass. Count it down with a shad colored fluke and retrieve with a light pumping action. The extra wobble and motion add a lot, especially in clear water. Don't be surprised if you haul in a stripper. Try it with white 21/2 in swim bait also. I have tried with a worm and lizard with an extra 1/4 oz weight on the bottom without much luck. August 5, 2014
new to these just started trying these this spring. so far been okay and fun. caught a few big bass n several smaller ones and a few whites , too. good for when the bass are finicky. May 24, 2014
Works great Throw a fluke on one of these and give it a slow retrieve. Works for me every time. April 22, 2014
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The product description here at Basspro is very poor.
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medium most of the time
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The descriptions have SLB, SMB and SSB in them. Pretty sure that's for long, medium and short bill. I agree that the product descriptions for these could be better. I like the long bill 1/8 or 3/16 oz.
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In the description between item no. and wt. is bill length.
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Which bill length would give your lure the most action or best wobble?
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longer the bill the greater the weed resistant
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LONG BILL GIVES THE WIDEST WOBBLE.
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The length of the bill is different for each size of jig head. We have trimmed down some jig heads to get a little tighter wobble when retrieving.
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The perfect finesse hook has a shorter neck so you don't get enough bite but the perfect worm hook has a 1/2 inch neck does very well with the trick worm, finesse worm, and the senko
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I have put a Crème brand swim bait Lil Fishie on the Scrounger jig head, the Crème swim bait is ribbed half way down the length of bait giving the tail section of the bait all the action like a real fish actually moves at the tail only and normal retrieve with a very quick pause the start make this lure twitch erratic causing a violent reaction strike. Works Great
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I had the best luck throwing this type jighead (not Scrounger) with a Fluke in large openly spaced pads, just swimming it over and around the pads. The Fluke would come off a pad, wiggling, streaming bubbles, and would get nailed almost immediately!
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Use it with a swimbait. Shallower water, over weedbeds, in sparse pads, and reeds. Reel it in, pause and let it fall, or jig it. Think of it as a soft crankbait. Great fish catching tool.
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it can very just like texas rigging. You can crawl it or make it hop like a jig.
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I fish it like a swimbait with a plastic minnow. I have found that you can use a very slow retrieve to try and bounce off mid to bottom structure or swim a little faster to trigger a reacton strike.

If you want to burn these just under the surface, make sure you go with the long bill version. Otherwise you will be dissatisfied with the product.
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just reel it in
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Use 10-12 # test with the light jigs and 15 # for the heavier jigs. I use soft hollow belly swimbaits and worms with a large paddle tail . They are very effective by reeling slowly with an occasional quick jerk. I fish them close to bottom by inetially starting off the bottom and letting them drop back to the bottom at the end of one my quick jerks. Try to keep a good eye on the line while dropping because this is the usual time of the strike.Good luck!
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three per pack
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2 OR MORE DEPENDING ON THE SIZE
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These come with 3 in a package.
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recommend the long bill for a four inch bait.keep in mind you can trim the bill as needed
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DEPENDS ON THE DEPTH YOU PLAN TO FISH IT. THE HEAVIER THE SLOWER YOU CAN FISH WITH LONGER BILL.
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1/16 to 1/8 oz wt with a 1/2 inch neck
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i use the medium
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Depends on the depth and how fast you want to fish it. I would start with the long.
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If these are lead it looks like the manufacture is going to have to retool with the proposed lead ban
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yes they are lead, I anticipate they will be manufactured in tungsten soon for safety reasons and also would down size the jig head without loosing weight
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Got lucky no lead ban yet.
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epa turned down ban no worries
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true no barbs yet, depending on the bait some baits hold better than others, what I have done when needed is take a piece of braided line(wont cut into plastics like mono would) and rap it a couple time near the head and works great
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NEVER HAD TROUBLE WITH BAIT SLIDING DOWN
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pretty well. I throw a senko on braid and I make long casts. It will ason throw a trick worm the same.
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The bait seems to stay on very well. I rigged this jighead with a 4" Powerbait Power Minnow. It stayed on the whole time I used it, and didn't have to adjust it at all after catching fish on it.
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it looks like there maybe a small barb on the backside of that photo. Regardless, a small dab of crazy glue is a very common tool in the fishermans toolbox.
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Anyone have any trouble with these not vibrating? I used them with the clip and a curly tail grub. Seems like the bait wouldn't vibrate as it shoud. Any suggestions? Thanks
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true they do not vibrate like a chatterbait but with a swim bait I have trimed the lower outer bottom bill section about half way up giving my bait a good amount of water flow allowing more action but remaining weedless up top where needed
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I get one that has that problem from time to time. I just get another one.
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When you say viberating I assume you mean shaking. Try using the smallest jig head you can. A 1/16 to 3/16 works good for me. I also find they work best with finesse worms.
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I got a pack of these a while ago and I lost the clip that attaches to the hook eye so I wanted to know if the jighead would operate properly with out it.
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I actually took the clip off and hooked my swivel to the eyelet and I feel I get the same action or better than a direct tie on from line
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no didnt realize it came with first time i used them and i did great
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NOT AS WELL. WHEN I GOT MINE IN THE MAIL - MY PACKAGE WAS OPEN AND THE CLIPS WEREN'T IN THERE SO I TRIED IT WITHOUT THE CLIP - NOT A GOOD IDEA. THE CLIP ALLOWS FOR A MUCH BROADER SWING IN THE BAIT.
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I would recommed the clips to allow the proper action of the bait. You can buy something like a normans speed clip that might work as well.
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I believe 1 8th, 3 16th, and 1 4qt I use a 1/4oz I always want to get down to a strike zone and if needed a faster retrieve can raise the bait but not enough weight does not allow options
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THE JUGS THEMSELVES ARE PRETTY SUBSTANTIAL. I WAS SUPRISED BUT IN A GOOD WAY. I HAVE THE 1/2 & 3/4 OUNCE BAITS AND HAVE HAD GREAT SUCCESS WITH THEM. THE 1/2 CAN BE FISHED SHALLOW OR DEEP WITH A 5 INCH BAIT EASILY. I PROBABLY WONT GO LESS THAN 4 INCH WITH THE 1/2. THE 3/4 CAN HADLE A 7 INCH SWIMBAIT EASILY.
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3/16 oz. to 1oz. The 3/16 works well with 3" to 4" baits and 1/4 oz. works with 3.5 to 5" baits. experiment with different sozes. When you get the right size the fish will tell you!
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1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 1/2, 1 ounce
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