Strike King Jointed Structure Head 2pk
Combining Strike King’s unique cobra-head design with a free-moving construction, the Strike King Jointed Structure Head delivers an enhanced movement that will bring your favorite soft plastics to life. Molded with a hook hanger along the back of the head, the Strike King Jointed Structure Head features a razor-sharp Z-bend black-nickel hook that swings with an irresistible and unregulated action.
Drag it along the lake floor and the Strike King Jointed Structure Head bumps and crawls over structure with an unmatched sensitivity. Use the Strike King Jointed Structure Head as a swim jig and the free-moving design imparts a hard-wobbling movement that simply can’t be achieved with regular fixed jigs. Covered in a super-tough, chip-resistant paint job, the Strike King Jointed Structure Head offers an unrestricted movement that allows your favorite soft plastics to flicker, flap, and flail more seductively than ever before.
2 per pack
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Comments: I love this rigged with a Missile baits missile craw or baby D-Stroyer. I haven't had any issues with the hook on these. I throw it on braid with a fluorocarbon leader. Need some watermelon hues too.
From: Wood: Richmond, VA 1/13/16
Comments: I wouldn't throw this into a thick milfoil bed but if fishing outside weed lines where there might be a little bit of perch grass on the bottom this jighead comes throw way better than a football head. Too bad strike king couldn't offer this jighead shape in a tungsten version with an attachment that would allow you to change hooks like they did with a football head, then it would be perfect.
From: Robert: Battle Creek, MI 12/15/15
Comments: Great head with a sharp hook. A big advantage is the eye in the front of the pointed head which makes it more weedless and swims better than the football style.
From: Mark: Stillwater, MN 5/22/15
Comments: arguably one of the best cranks of all time. I throw them on a dobyns champion 765 cb glass and a lews bb1. love this bait
From: Pete: Greenville, SC 12/21/14
Comments: Weak hook, if you use braided line this hook is junk. I bent the both i had on small bass, I could only imagine what would happen with a large fish.
From: Rico: GA 12/21/14
Comments: I have had great success this summer swimming Structure Bugs rigged on Hard Heads through grass. The only down side was all the snagged grass due to the shape of the Hard Head. The new Structure Head has cured that problem. It comes through grass great.
From: Steve: Keller, TX 9/13/14
Comments: I always lose at least one biffle head when I go out and fish hard. I didn't lose any of these and it did just as designed. Went in and out of structure without a snag.
From: Dustin: Richmond, VA 8/27/14