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When used with a 4, 5 or 6-weight fly rod, our White River Fly Shop® ProLite jigs are deadly on trout, crappie, white bass, and bream. Fish 'em vertically under a strike indicator, or allow the jig to sink slowly between strips on a straight retrieve. These tiny lead-head jigs are available in 7 different color combinations and 4 sizes: 1/100 oz. with a size 10 hook, 1/80 oz. with a size 10 hook, 1/64 oz. with a size 8 hook, and 1/32 oz. with a size 6 hook. Card of 12.
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A must in any tackle box. From bass to bluegil, crappie to trout, these jigs are deadly, with action second to none. With a varity of colors and sizes it will be the only tough decision you have to make.
September 28, 2012
Terrific jigs at a very low cost
These jigs work excellent for pan fish, especially when tipped with a wax worm. The only drawback that I found was the feather retaining thread does not have head cement applied and comes unraveled after a few fish. After applying head cement, you can fish one of these jigs for several hours and several fish, before needing to change lures.
June 27, 2012
pro lite jigs
I have used these jigs for crappie and blue gill under a cork for quite some time with much success. I usually tip them with a Berkley crappie nugget. This is a very good combo. Use the lightest line you feel comfortable using. Good product. I will buy more.
May 29, 2012
I wish this jig was also listed under panfish. It's quickly becoming my go-to panfish lure. Typically use 1/80th or 1/100th oz on ultralight tackle. Works great under a slip bobber and a small split shot 6 inches above it to get depth. Also deadly casting and reeling, although again, a small split shot will help with both casting distance and depth.
Throwing a wax worm on the hook makes this thing even more deadly - especially the white one. LOVE IT!!!
May 22, 2012
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