War Eagle Flippin' Jigs
End your search right now if you’re looking for an affordable big bass flippin’ jig that sports advanced technology, versatility, durability and outstanding fish attracting action. Available in a wide variety of colors, these high-quality jigs are equipped with a unique hand-tied silicone skirt, premium weed guard, perfectly balanced computer designed head, razor-sharp Mustad® Ultra Power Point Hook and easy on/off dual rattle makes this jig easy for big bass to locate, even in heavy cover.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by rude great jig You simply cannot beat a jig with a hand tied skirt, good paint that rarely chips and a solid hook! June 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bpsJay Best jigs I have Recently purchased four of these for flipping light cover. Hands down these jigs are the best in my box. Hooks are ultra sharp. Very good paint. Awesome skirt and very loud rattles which are easily removed if needed. April 28, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Towner Great Jig As a former sporting goods retailer, we especially catered to the bass fisherman. The War Eagle line of baits was one of our best-selling. March 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jig4Bass Give this one a flip War Eagle makes good products. I got the 1/4 oz. Ozark Craw and have found it to have many quality features like: -- a strong Mustad hook, -- dual rattles, -- wired on skirt (no surgical tubing), -- cross-eyed line tie for better lift out of cover, -- color patterns that attract fish, -- reasonably tough jighead paint. It comes through cover nicely and has a large enough hook to add a substantial trailer. Good value for the money. If you like this jig, try War Eagle's spinbait. It, too, has a skirt that blooms nicely, solid hook, and pointed head to easy through cover. The frame is not as sturdy as some, but the lure does a good job of attracting Bass and can be worked slow or fast. October 30, 2010
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A:had more success with texas craw than black and blue but those colors are the only ones ive used so far
A:Any dark color with bright accents is what works for me.
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