Z Man Finesse Shroomz Jig Head 5pk
Perfect for tough bites and finicky fish, the Z Man Finesse Shroomz Jig Head offers a smaller version of the original Z Man Shroomz Jig Head that’s loaded with bite-sized appeal. Designed with a mushroom-shaped head, the Z Man Finesse Shroomz Jig Head is the go-to choice for a number of lighter techniques, including the increasingly popular Ned-rig.
Built with a welded wire baitkeeper along the shank, the Z Man Finesse ShroomZ keeps soft plastics securely in place cast-after-cast. Finished with a razor-sharp black nickel hook, the Z Man Finesse Shroomz Jig Head allows anglers to scale-back their presentation and still produce big results.
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Comments: The Z-Man Finesse Shroomz Jig Heads are phenomenal. I have personally found that in shallow water, the lighter the jig, the better. Althought the wire does keep things together with the Elaztech material, adding a dab of Gorilla Glue will aid in keeping the TRD, or whatever you throw on here, stay in place.
From: Rich: PA 7/20/16
Comments: The Ned rig slams bass on blue bird days when the night is tough. Hooks are sharp but the only problem is they're weak & bend easily.
From: Logan: MO 7/3/16
Comments: I tried out the Ned rig with the T.R.D. & can't believe how well they work. I have been skunked the last couple times I went out bass fishing so I thought why not try it out and wow! I rigged it with the 1/15 oz. & I can't believe how good it works. I don't want to tell my friends because then they will get them too. Anyway, I caught pickerel, crappie, smallmouth and mostly largemouth on this thing. It is so easy to use, they hook themselves with just a turn of the reel and a sweeping motion. Try it, you will love it.
From: RJ: Enfield, CT 6/13/16
Comments: The ned rig absolutely destroys & won my last tournament thanks to it, sure you will catch some small fish but any size fish will bite these. Works amazing for bed fishing & sight fishing & fish cannot resist a zinkers cut in half or a TRD on this head jist keep your drag low and pull up into the fish like you would a dropshot hookset or else you will bend the hook out after a few fish and ive had a hook break. As much as you're tempted to set the hook hard with these you don't need to they are sticky sharp. Yet another great product from zman!
From: Rick: Otisville, NY 5/24/16
Comments: I don't know what it is about the Ned rig but the fish just love it. I love been using the green pumpkin color 1/10 oz and it's been working great. I pair it up with the z man hoolastick (I think that's what they are called) and I cut off about a half inch and it's a killer rig. Used it so much that there's barley and paint left on the jig. I highly recommend the Ned rig.
From: Danny: CT 5/8/16
Comments: The wire keeper on these works too well. Removing a Z-man soft plastic is difficult and does tear up the lure. Even worse is that when a fish hits, the wire keeper will completely tear through the side of the lure. I've tried these and have since switched back to standard jig heads with the molded lead keeper.
From: Scott: Topeka, KS 7/17/15
Comments: Anywhere you go in the country the Ned-Rig flat out CATCHES FISH! Personally i like putting a grub on instead of the TRD for a bit more action... get a couple packs of these jig heads, because i have lost a few on stumps/rock piles
From: Kyle: Tomah, WI 6/23/15
Comments: Got these out of a mystery tackle box 2 months ago. Kinda shrugged them off as something I wouldn't use. Went to elk horn creek near Frankfort, known for being a amazing small mouth creek. Water was the clearest I've ever seen, could see down 3-4 feet. Through a few other baits starting off, crank baits, zoo horny toad, and really got nothing. Decided to through on something different. Pulled out the ned rig, and holly crap my day went from starting off bad. To the best day I've had on the water in a very long time. Caught 22 small mouth, 1 large mouth, and a fat drum. All on the ned rig! What was a disappointment. Is now my go to bait in the creeks. Gonna try it in a few lakes too.
From: Mike: Louisville, KY 5/24/15