Road Runner® Red Jigheads
I used these jigheads the other day, when it would snag a rock or tree the tips of the hook would break off. I was using light tackle so i wasn;t putting alot of pressure on them, just had to go past the snag and it would come free. But at least 25% of the time the hook was broke
May 27, 2012
These work great for many types of fish: crappie, bluegill, and small bass.
May 15, 2012
The Purchase of a Lifetime
My pap purchased a pack of these from a local fishing shop. I started using them and was totally shocked with the results. After seeing what kind of results it produced, I went ahead and placed an order from Bass Pro. I am without a doubt pleased with the RoadRunner Jig Heads.
I prefer the 1/4oz white heads. They do tend to sink pretty quickly, which will lead to grass, weeds, and slime, etc. getting stuck around the spinner. I find myself constantly picking the stuff off.
If you have a short amout of patience, I suggest you go with a smaller head such as the 1/8 or 1/16 oz heads.
These are definately worth the price. I've caught several of the biggest fish in my life on these things, NO LIE! I don't catch as many fish as others, but the ones I do catch are WALL HANGERS. Another tip for ya, if you wanna catch lots of fish rather than big fish, a smaller size head would probably benefit you more. If you like to catch the bigger fish, instead of the little panfish, go with the 1/4 oz heads. I'm so happy with these things, I can't say enough about them.
I've caught some monster crappie and most recently caught a 19.5 inch, 4 pound largemouth bass. I'm from Central Pennsylvania, so around here that is a MONSTER.
I've included several photos of the MONSTERS that i've caught on the 1/4 oz white roadrunner jighead. Try them out for yourself, you wont regret it!!!
May 6, 2012
great panfish bait
this a graet panfish bait but could be improved by offering the option of a gold color spinner blade, I change out the silver blade for a gold blade and the strike rate improves greatly.
April 11, 2012