Pro Tapered Tube Jig Heads
by Russ Bassdozer
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Pro Tapered Tube Jig Heads
Pro Tapered Tube Jigs ~ 3/16 oz (4/0) ~ Qty: 5 per pack
Pro Tapered Tube Jigs ~ 1/4 oz (4/0) ~ Qty: 5 per pack
Pro Tapered Tube Jigs ~ 3/8 oz (5/0) ~ Qty: 5 per pack
Pro Tapered Tube Jigs ~ 1/2 oz (6/0) ~ Qty: 5 per pack
These are considered the best tube jig heads ever made by one
of the tackle industry's master jig modelers. He really does not
know the reason why this Pro Tapered Tube Jig works so swell, but
it does. His customers who drag tubes on the Great Lakes and all
across northern states, they tell him they've caught far more
bass on this Pro Tapered Tube Jig compared to the several dozen
other tube jig models which he has made. That's not to say his
other tube jigs aren't good, they are - but based on his customer
feedback, the Pro Tapered Tube Jig is truly a great tube jig in a
class by itself. Bottom line, there's just something about this
Pro Tapered Tube Jig that bass seem to love best.
These have a premium Mustad UltraPoint round bend hook model.
Recommended Gear: These jigs are best used with medium
to medium/heavy gear from 8 to 16 pound test mono, fluoro or
braided line. The hook is stout, but it is not intended for heavy
flipping gear or heavy braided line.
>From top down: 1/2 oz (6/0). 3/8 oz (5/0). 1/4 oz (4/0). 3/16
oz (4/0). (Items in photo not included with item for sale.)
Two ways to rig the Pro Tapered Tube Jigs are:
- Starting Untied: To rig
untied, start from the back. Simply insert the tube jig
head-first into the hollow back of a tube. Push forward and pop
the hook eye out through the tube skin at the head of the tube.
Then tie the line on.
- Starting Tied: With the
jig already tied on your line, start from the front of the tube.
A new tube can be "speed rigged" by inserting the hook
point in a new tube's head (where you want the line tie eye to
end up). Then thread the tube all the way up and over the hook
and continue to insert the entire jig head, until only the line
tie eye sits outside the tube. The insertion hole will be a
little larger this way, but the tube will not fish any different,
and the tube really won't pull down off the hook easily either.
- End Result: Whether you
start untied or tied, the end result should look like this.