Lunker Lure Gamakatsu Triple Rattleback Flipping Jig
Now featuring not just one - but three - super loud copper rattles molded right into the jig, the Lunker Lure Gamakatsu Triple Rattleback Flipping Jigs offer the same performance as the originals now with even more fish attracting sound. Also equipped with premium, super sharp round bend Gamakatsu hooks, the deep bend holds fish more securely and make it more difficult for big bass to throw the jig. The signature rattles are built super tough so they won’t break, fall off or fill with water, and they also leave enough space for your trailer to fit securely on the hook. Available in several killer color combinations, the Lunker Lure Gamakatsu Triple Rattleback Flipping Jigs offer triple the sound for more fish in the boat.
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Comments: Whenever the situation calls for a rattling jig, this is my first and only choice. Have been using these underrated gems for a few decades. Effective, reasonably priced and the Lunker Lure people are among the nicest and most efficient folks in the business. Some of my favorite skirt colors are no longer being produced so I often make my own. However, if you plan to do the same be aware that a traditional collar band is almost impossible to slide into correct position due to the design of this lure. I'll use an o-ring (senko sized) in place of the collar to position the skirt and then tie it off with 24 gauge wire or 10 lb braid. I've had skirts hold up for years with this method. Now when I open new jigs, I"ll go ahead and wrap wire around the new band right from the jump. No worries about failing bands ever.
From: Mike: Aurora, IL 12/3/16
Comments: Great Arkie style head design for skipping docks. OK hook, not as heavy as I like em, at least its a Gama. Good rattle, stays attached after getting bounced off dock posts. The problem I have with these jigs, and the reason I shy from buying more, is the cheap skirt collar is only good for a season or two before it rots off. And when the skirt comes off, its impossible to get a replacement skirt collar over that big rattle, rendering the jig useless, unless you hand tie on a new skirt.
From: Big J: Western NY 11/22/16
Comments: Awesome sticky sharp hook. Good color patterns on the skirt, but what sold me was having the rattles molded to the jighead. I used the Denny brauer premier for years & always ended in a sticky super glue mess bc I was so sick of losing my rattles after a bass. NOT ANYMORE. The only problem I have with the jig, is the paint on the head scrapes off, idk if it was just this one but I pitched into some isolated rock, and slammed a bass and have a nice chunk of silver on the head now (was using the bluegill color) other than that everything is fantastic on this jig. plan on buying more only thing I wish they had 1/4 oz models as well as 1oz models.
From: Tyler: Mentor, OH 6/1/16
Comments: Pros: Very good hook, weed guard not to stiff nor to weak, holds trailers in place better then most, the skirt stays in place fish after fish & the paint holds up very well. Cons: I have a few of the originals left & the rattles on these are not as loud as they use to be. Also wish they would bring back the Denny Brauer color skirt. Side Note: Rattles may not be as loud but they do seem to be more durable. The hook upgrade is a major plus & the little slimmer design makes them one of my favorite jigs to cast, pitch or flip.
From: Patrick: Northern, IL
Comments: I really only use two brands of jigs. This is one of them. Why? Its got a sick hook, the skirts hold up even tho they arent hand tied, and the rattles make fish go "WTF?" and come over to check em out. Nobody flips (but they all pitch) anymore, right? Wrong. Try this jig.
From: meatwad: luring lunkers
Comments: Used in several tournaments and this jig is excellent. Extremely sharp hooks peg them every time. The whole bait is top notch but the hook is what does it for me.
From: Tate: Heber, Utah
Comments: Dark Green Pumkin, 3/8 oz. with a dirty sanchez Sweet Beaver trailer is deadly. I boated a 7.5 pound LM bass from Jordan Lake in March 2012 with this bait. I use 17 pound flourocarbon line. A big bass bait.
From: Dan: Cary, NC
Comments: these are my new go to jig. i was a booyah guy now a lunker lure guy. i love to swim these jigs with a rage chunk.favorrite colors black blue flash and coxy crawdad
Comments: best jig i have ever used
From: Jordan: Longview, WA
Comments: I fish these in 3/8 and 1/2 oz. Solid Jigs. Held up all season, stayed sharp all season. Solid Gama hooks. Produced lots of bass for me.
From: Adam: Stouffville, ON