Eco Pro Tungsten Free Ball Jig 2pk

Built with a unique, free-moving design, the Eco Pro Tungsten Free Ball Jig provides an unregulated action that will bring your favorite soft plastics to life. Molded with a hole in the head, the Eco Pro Tungsten Free Ball Jig features a removable clevis that holds the hook in place, but also allows it to swing freely, creating an enhanced action that bass won't be able to resist. In addition, this design permits the hook to be swapped out if desired.

Built from 97% hard-fired tungsten, the jig provides increased sensitivity that transmits slight changes in bottom contour and faint bites. Also, because tungsten is more compact than lead, anglers can fish the same weight as lead counterparts, but in a smaller offering. Backed by a super-sharp EWG hook, the Eco Pro Tungsten Free Ball Jig delivers a free-moving action that will make your favorite soft plastics perform like never before. 

Weight Hook Quantity
3/16oz 3/0 2
1/4oz 4/0 2
3/8oz 4/0 2
1/2oz 4/0 2

2 Colors

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    Model No. FB-1B
    Black
    Size Stock Price Qty
    3/16oz 5+ $4.99
    1/4oz 5+ $4.99
    3/8oz 5+ $5.99
    1/2oz 5+ $5.99
    3/4oz 5+ $7.99
    1 oz 5+ $9.49
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    Model No. FB-1GP
    Green Pumpkin
    Size Stock Price Qty
    3/16oz 5+ $4.99
    1/4oz 5+ $4.99
    3/8oz 5+ $5.99
    1/2oz 5+ $4.49
    3/4oz 5+ $7.99
    1 oz 5+ $9.49

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Customer Reviews

Comments: There are no instructions for changing the hooks out & I cant figure it out without the risk putting a hook through one of my fingers. The other thing I can't figure out is why the line tie eyelet on these is twisted & cocked at about a 45 degree angle to the body of the jighead. Its not a normal rounded eyelet. It looks as though it may have started out round, then someone took pliers & twisted it 90 degrees, maybe so it wont slide back through the jig head, then bent it over 45 degrees just to make sure you had a difficult time if you wanted to change hooks. No wonder nobody can figure out how to change the hooks. I only bought them because theyre one of the only swinging football heads made with Tungsten. But I wont buy these again.

From: Big J: NY 9/19/16

Comments: The head is excellent and so is the heavy duty 4/0 hook. Do not buy these if you are planning to change out other hook sizes. The changing of the hook is difficult, frustrating and time consuming. I do recommend you buy them for baits requiring a 4/0 hook or a 3/0 in 3/16 size.

From: Don: Dover, NH 1/14/15

Comments: Hard to change hook,but its nice once you figure it out. These are really a good jig head and I really do like these as well or better than the other models. The titanium helps a little with sensitivity and is a little more compact. If I was me,I'd buy them again. If I was you I'd buy them too!

From: Tim: Private, Idaho 9/14/14

Comments: I like these as a reasonably priced tungsten alternative to lead swing jigs. However, the hook change out is not easy, not too bad to do on the bench, but difficult on the water. 

From: Quillback: AR 6/7/14

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