Bass Team Tackle's Wacky Jig

Bass Team Tackle's Wacky Jig

Bass Team Tackle Company of Warrenton, Missouri, recently introduced their Wacky Jig to the angling world. And their 1/16- and 3/32-ounce models look as if they will work well when Midwest Finesse anglers need to wield a wacky rigged soft-plastic worm or Senko-style bait. 

Their 1/16- and 3/32-ounce Wacky Jigs are available in two Gamakatsu hook sizes: No. 2 and No. 6. The hooks have a wide-gap and 35-degree  eye. 

They have a weed- or hook-guard model and one devoid of a hook-guard. 


They are available in three colors: black, watermelon red, and green pumpkin. 


A package of five hook-guard models retails from $3.25, and a package of five jigs without the hook-guard sells for $3.00. They can be purchased online at this link: http://bassteamtackle.com/Terminal_Tackle.php.

Endnotes 

(1) For more information about Bass Team Tackle, please see their website at http://bassteamtackle.com/Home.php. Their wacky jig is also made in 1/8-, 3/16-, and 1/4-ounce models, which are too heavy for most Midwest Finesse presentations.

(2) For more information about wacky jigs and rigs, please read these two articles: http://archives.in-fisherman.com/content/wacky-jigwakin-bass/2 and https://www.in-fisherman.com/2014/01/01/wacky-rigging/


 

 

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