War Eagle Heavy Finesse Jigs 2pk
Designed by top bass pro, Andy Morgan, the War Eagle Heavy Finesse Jig is a finesse jig on steroids. Built to his exact specifications, it's guaranteed to hold up to big fish and help you load the boat. Made in America with only the finest materials and components, the War Eagle Heavy Finesse Jig comes equipped with a sticky sharp 3/0 Gamakatsu hook, thick weed guard, and custom "Hole In One Skirt." War Eagle Custom Lures has built their reputation on building quality baits, and the War Eagle Heavy Finesse Jig lives up to the legacy.
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Comments: I took the 1/2 oz model to Lake Cumberland this past weekend and on the dark of the moon night. The bite was tough and normally when that happens we can coax a few Brownfish to bite with a hair jig. Not the case this weekend. I tied this jig on and started picking up a fish or two on every point that we fished. Some of the very same points that we had used the old stand by Hair jig and other living rubber skirted jigs. I'm not going to venture to guess what the difference was other than this jig offered a different look and smaller profile than the other jigs we tried. I tipped the jig with a rage chunk or a Cabin Creek Craw. I had success on both trailers so I'm pretty convinced that it was the finesse look of the jig that made the difference. Awesome jigs!
From: ERC: KY 9/21/15
Comments: I make my own jigs and I catch plenty of fish on them but I catch fish 3 to 1 using this jig. These thing are awesome I would recommend these bad boys to anyone. Great product.
From: Chandler: Tuscumbia, AL 8/12/15
Comments: This Jig has become my favorite jig of all time so far! I have caught more fish off it in my life this year and so happy to have came across them and glad Tackle Warehouse sells them!
From: Steve: Rogersville, TN 6/2/15
Comments: This is my go-to finesse jig. It is great around docks. It skips very well with the right trailer. I love the heavier hook and weed guard because it allows me to use a little bit heavier gear without bending the hook. This jig is not the best around grass or lay downs. It gets caught very easily around wood. It does work great around chunk rock. The head allows it to not get stuck. Overall, this jig is awesome.
From: Zach: Austin, TX 11/13/14
Comments: This is a great jig. you can have some problems with it getting snagged if you use it around logs. personal i use the green pumpkin candy in 3/8 on light spinning gear (just for fun.)I caught two eight ponders in less than an hour at a reservoir that is an hour away from my home town. I was stoked catching them on these jigs and on 8 lb fluorocarbon. i would definitely recommend these jigs if you are going to fish on the outside of tulle's or on rocks.
From: Argenis: Watsonville, CA
Comments: My favorite jig hands down. Catches fish on a tough day but will also get the big girls to bite too. Also it skips really well. My go to bait for skipping docks
From: Bryson: WV
Comments: My "Go To" jig is the 3/8 oz in Pond Scum Perch. Green Pumpkin Orange is another great color. Reasonably priced, good value for the money.
From: Quillback: Bella Vista, AR
Comments: If you like getting snagged/hung up/ and being annoyed this is the jig for you! It has a fine hook but does not skip well and it is an absolute nightmare around brush. If they changed the head design it would be awesome.
From: Todd: Ashburn, VA
Comments: Up north this is a tough jig to beat in the spring around docks and rocks. I usually stick with natural colors and present it in clear to off colored water. Due to its ball head it does not excel, for me, in heavy weeds or wood. Weed guard is perfect for sparse to moderated cover, "sticky"sharp Gami "flip" hook sticks um and keeps um pegged. Tight lines.
From: Tim: WI
Comments: this is my favorite jig i swear i caught more on this jig then any other. Plus u get 2
From: Jake: Ohio
Comments: Favorite jig hands down, green pumpin w orange, black blue purple and chartruse. killer jig nuff said.
Comments: This little killer will fill your livewell for sure. Pond Scum is my favorite color and I don't know of many other brands that make that color. It mimics the crawfish in my area just perfect. This jig will stand up to a lot of abuse and at 2.50 a jig, its hard to be beat. It has accounted for a lot of the fish I have weighed in at some tough tournaments this year.
From: Jon: Bonaire, GA
Comments: One tough little jig, it will put fish in your well.
From: John: Oklahoma, USA
Comments:This is a very well made jig. The paint holds up well for me here in the south. I fish for the big spotted bass in deep clear and rocky lakes. I use the pond scum, peanut butter & jelly and green pumpkin orange with great results. The head design also holds trailers very well.
From:Jason: Ball Ground, GA