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Clam Dingle Drop Jig
A tungsten jig with a ball-and-chain attractor for ice fishing? One minute, the Clam® Dingle Drop Jig has you wondering what they'll think of next, and the next, you're reeling in a good one. And so it goes with this innovative ice jig. The tungsten body, being 30% denser than lead, drops quickly, responds crisply to rod tip movements, and is easy to read on sonar. Its teardrop profile and enamel paint create a lifelike look in the water, and its forged nickel hook is slung at a 45° angle for quick hookups. But the most distinctive aspect of the Dingle Drop Jig is unique "dingle ball" attractor, a colored bead suspended on a short metallic chain below the jig body. Every body movement is accompanied by another from the hanging attractor – an exciting trigger for all fish species.
Tungsten jig for ice fishing
Unique ball-and-chain attractor system
Quick on the drop and rod tip response
Extra-dense body shows up clearly on sonar
Tough enamel paint
Angled, forged nickel hook
Colored "dingle ball" attractor bead
Provides extra movement to trigger strikes
Web ID: 24410
Rated 2 out of
so- soi bought these and the hooks are very small. i wish there was a size bigger. plus the weight that dangles is also very, very small and light and in my opinion not useful at all. it has almost no weight to it. it is much larger in the picture than reality. i only used 1 time out fishing and haven't caught anything but that fishing was slow that day anyways. it would be not bad if hook size was a little bigger and the weight larger. you still have to use split shots to get your weight down to bottom in a timely fashion.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of
it worksI tie it on. I putt on a wax worm or a bit of plastic and I drop it down the hole. It's nice and heavy without being bulky. You can pound the bottom to get the fish's attention. The hook is slim and penetrates with only a raise of the rod. I caught most of my fish on the dingle drop and the ant. Both glow.
Date published: 2014-12-10
Rated 5 out of
nice jigI purchased this to try out the tungsten jigs, and its great. It drops way faster then lead and the hook is very very sharp, good for perch.