Strike King Denny Brauer Structure Jig
Designed with the help of renowned jig fisherman, Denny Brauer, the Strike King Denny Brauer Structure Jig offers an increased strike-to-hookup ratio and decreased hang-ups. The Strike King Denny Brauer Structure Jig features a super-sharp 2X strong Owner Cutting Point hook and a 0-degree line tie - for straight pull and solid penetration.
The skirting in the hook gap has also been thinned to ensure that there is less interference in between the point of the hook and the mouth of the fish. The unique head shape of the Strike King Denny Brauer Structure Jig has a wider bottom footprint as well to provides anglers with increased sensitivity and a tapered nose that helps reduce lip blow out. Attached to the head of the jig there is also a precisely positioned fiber weedguard that greatly reduces snagging. Complete with a high-quality chip-resistant finish, the Strike King Denny Brauer Structure Jig is built with decades of tournament experience and jig-fishing expertise.
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Comments: Like the ability to skip but I have lost more fish with this jig than any others. 1/2 oz hook is too small. I bent the hook out like Zona said to help with hook ups but still tough. The 3/4 has a better hook gap. They use a different hook & sign me up.
From: TJ: 7/22/16
Comments: These are great jigs, especially for fishing deep water timber. Worked well at Toledo Bend fishing 17-20 FOW in deep stump fields. Never got hung up. The hook used is just a 5/0 Owner wide-gap worm hook. Nothing fancy or specialized, but its a great hook regardless. The only beef I got with this jig is the bait keeper, at least on the 1/2 oz. It makes a huge cavity in the trailer and after 1 or 2 fish the trailer is so torn up at the front it becomes unusable, particularly in Raptor Tail Jr's. I'll try the Z-Mans and see how those work though.
From: Simon: TX 7/10/16
Comments: I've used the 1/2 oz & the 3/8 oz versions & have had the same problem on both of them. The lead head breaks & separates between the bait keeper barb & head. So far, 2 out of 2 have broke there after one fish. I'm not sure what kind of lead the head is made of but it's very brittle. I tried pushing the barb keeper back up & crimping it with pliers & I can't compress it at all. I use 20# fluoro & set the hook pretty hard when jig fishing. I feel the hook flexes & cracks the lead. Great design but needs improvement. They do skip well but not any better than the Hack Attack jig. I'll keep using the Hack Attack jig!
From: Bart: Kokomo, IN 6/25/16
Comments: The versatility of this jig is awesome. You can flip & pitch with it but what it really shines in is skipping under docks.
From: Tyler: Baltimore, MD 12/26/15
Comments: These are my absolute go-to jigs for casting, and I throw them all year round with consistent results. For better hookups, I trim the guard to just beyond the super-sharp hook point and the skirt about 3/8 inch. Think of modifying a jig as you do dress slacks; you get them to fit the way you like. I use different trailers, but mostly go with a large chunk. I let the jig sink to the bottom, then use my rod to vary erratic crawling and hoping motions. Spring & summer bites are aggressive; late fall and winter are more subtle.
From: Barry: Atlanta, GA 11/24/15
Comments: this is one of my all time favorite jigs to throw. The versatility is amazing. You can fish it as a flipping jig and a football jig at the same time. Where I fish a lot, on the shore there's a shallow flat the runs about 4 feet off from shore, and then its straight ledge for 17 feet. I can pitch this shallow, work it like a casting jig, and then work it like a football jig down the ledge. It's killer, especially paired up with a rage tail craw you will hammer fish. Blue Craw w/ a Summer Craw RT Craw trailer is a really nice combo.
From: Nick: Pittsburgh, PA 8/13/15
Comments: This jig comes through brush piles and trees easily rarely getting snagged. Fished one for 3 days on LoZ never lost it caught 2 4.5s and a 5lb large mouth worth 625$ in the big bass bash.
From: Aaron: New Lenox, IL 10/15/14
Comments: Not a bad jig, but overpriced for what you are getting. Mainly the skirt is not made from the best silicone strands. It doesn't flair a whole lot and that's the appeal of a skirted bait to the bass. Head design is a good concept though, but I think you get more with Dirty Jigs and Dandy Baits. I remember when Strike King was a great tackle company. The best thing they have going is their crankbaits.
From: B: LA 6/27/14
Comments: Very poor quality control in my book from Strike King. The eye of the jig was completely coated over. Who wants to spend 5 minutes digging it out with risk of damaging the inside of the eyelet before you can tie it on. Also disappointed with the size of the hook. Having such a short hook shank with a rather large bait keeping it actually reduces the gap quite a bit. I do like the shape of the head and location of the eye. I feel the jig could be used in cover or swimming it quite nicely.
From: Chris: Indianapolis, IN 4/25/14