Fin-tech Title Shot Shorty Jig 2pk
Designed for the presentation of smaller plastics, including spider grubs and crawfish, the Fin-tech Title Shot Shorty Jig is the ultimate finesse bass jig. The heart of the Title Shot Shorty Jig is the patented Retainer/Guard System. When a bass inhales and bites down on jig, the Retainer/Guard collapses, allowing the jig's Mustad Ultra Point 2/0 Wide Gap Hook to come into play for higher hook up ratios, while also helping to keep your bait from getting destroyed. Available in a range of colors and sizes, the Fin-tech Title Shot Shorty Jig will keep you in the title hunt.
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Comments: This jig is the ticket to the super bowl of bass fishing! The 2/0 hook works great on a 3" Berkley Pit Boss, as well as, Roboworms & the Zoom Swimming Fluke Jr. Fin-tech got this jig right & fishing with it is truly my pleasure.
From: William: Thomaston, GA 1/25/16
Comments: These are really great jig heads. I made an improvement that the manufacturer should employ. Immediately cut of the hold pin- I have found very little that it will effectively hold in place for more than a few casts- attach a screw lock to the eye where the pin is and you really have an incredibly durable jig that won't drop the head of your soft plastics.. great head design for any cover and wood.
From: Larry: Alexandria, La. USA
Comments: Brown Lazer 1/8 with evolve kompak craw cali-melon. Done deal on smallies and fishing heavy cover. This combo will come through anything, tight rocks, brush, etc. these heads rule.
From: Dano: Suffolk, NY
Comments: great for finesse craws and making a compact swim jig. This season I plan on relying on this for Power Team Lures Craw D'oeuvre.
From: Stumpy: Northford, CT
Comments: Love this jig fish it in the the tree top, stumps and rock piles, did not get hung up. Fish really liked it.
From: Deb: Savannah: GA
Comments: I watched a video with Dave Mercer about there and he said it was "completely weedless" I bought some and brought them out. Not completely weedless grass still gets hung up around the line tie and becomes irritating but no snags. :)
From: Alex: Mi, USA