M-Pack Lures Football Jig
Explore lake floors like never before with the M-pack Lures Football Jig. Built with an innovative Structure Guard weedguard, the M-Pack Lures Football Jig delivers a whole new level of weedlessness that is perfect for crawling over sticks, brush, and craggy terrain.
Unlike traditional weedguards, the Structure Guard weedguard deflects cover without collapsing, which keeps the hook point covered and prevents snagging. When bass bite down, the guard is designed to roll to the side, exposing the hook point and facilitating strong hook sets. To add a trailer to the M-Pack Lures Football Jig, simply slide the connecting grommet up the weedguard, place your trailer on the jig, and then slide the grommet back over the hook point.
Complete with a durable powder coat paint job, the M-Pack Lures Football Jig is built to handle aggressive strikes and rocky bottom where big bass feed. Made from a 52-strand silicone flash skirting, the M-Pack Lures Football Jig offers a natural action that bass can't resist. Backed by a razor-sharp 5/0 Gamakatsu hook, the M-Pack Lures Football Jig delivers game-changing technology that will help you snag less, so you can fish more.
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Comments: I picked up a few of these and was very disappointed first one tried at the seally tournament. Rigged my trailer on it an was fixing to pitch it in when I noticed the hook had broke off right behind the barb sent M Pack an e mail hoping they might make it right. But I was wrong ended up giving the rest to my brother. He seem to like them
From: Mark: FT Smith Ark 12/14/16
Comments: right out of the package one of the rubber bands that held the guard in place snapped. I had to jimmy up a replacement from an old jig skirt collar. Fishing, I had to regularly re-adjust the guard as it would slip to the side of the hook exposing a bit of the point. Unfortunately I ended up losing both baits in the trees after fishing for an hour or so. Couldn't tell if it was the hook that hung or the head got wedged in the trees. The hook was a little on the heavy side for me seeing as it is a football jig(personal preference though), but the components did appear to be good quality. Overall, I liked the idea and would try a few more, but I can lose two or three standard jigs for the price of this one which will keep me from purchasing anymore.
From: AJ: USA 8/4/14
Comments: Mark Pack handed me one of these jigs when they were still in the prototype phase and I was impressed from the beginning. These jigs were out in the field for a long time before being introduced to the market. They were put to the test on a lake with the heaviest cover and some of the biggest bass a fisherman will encounter: Lake Fork. These jigs not only come through virtually any type of cover, they also hook fish very well. The unique weedguard design will pivot to the side and once the fish is hooked it presses back against the jaw of the fish. Once hooked, the fish is pinned to the jig. I lose less fish on these jigs than any jig I've used so far, and I believe I've used just about every style and brand. I encourage you to give these jigs a try.
From: Andrew: Lake Fork, TX 6/17/14
Comments: Awesome big fish topwater bait! Wider back and sits lower in the water than the Punker. The cupped throat makes a rippin/blurpin sound that is a game changer. Great color choices and excellent feathers/hooks. The wood Punker just got punked!!!!
From: Joshua: Lexington, KY 6/13/14