- n. A fishhook with an incorporated moulded weighting mass of metal or plastic below the eye.
“A soft plastic rigged on a jighead is a very productive lure when the fish are gathered in numbers to spawn in the spring.”
“This unique minnowlike bait has flashy sides, a marabou feather tail, and an internal weight so no jighead is exposed.”
“The jighead is a fishhook with an incorporated moulded weighting mass of metal or plastic.”
“But if the lure gets hit enough, especially by fish with teeth, it may not be long before you end up with nothing but a jighead.”
“Kinda like Dave said, maggot or wax worm and any small jighead.”
“But my biggest brim though have come from a little deeper water on crickets and red worms hooked on a tiny jighead just big enough to sink a cricket.”
“I've had good luck with a waxworm on a 1/32 oz. (size 8 or 10) jighead. good luck.”
“I'm only suprised berkely gulp! didn't make the list, a jighead and a berkely gulp! minnow just destroys bass, trout, walleye, small pike and catfish (yes, catfish).”
“I have caught numerous smallmouth on a 1/8 oz jighead with a white or yellow twistertail.”
“For smallmouths I am a big fan of using grubs on a small jighead or tubes, usually a 4 works best for me.”
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