Point Jude Lures Jig Head 1-1/2oz

Point Jude Lures Jig Head 1-1/2oz

Price: $3.39
Model
TD Code
DescriptionPrice
Jig Head 1-1/2
PJL-0010
Point Jude Lures Jig Head 1-1/2 oz.$3.39 USD
Point Jude Jig Heads are modeled after the old "tin squid heads" of the old days. They have been adapted with a spike to hold rubber baits like the grubs we package them with or any number of other rubber baits available today. Also, they can be rigged with a dead eel. These heads have a side to side motion in the water that imparts surprisingly life-like action to this lure.
5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Rob
Pelham, NH
great action
January 17, 2020
these heads give any soft plastic great action at any speed retrieve
By PHILIP
Medford, MA
Nice action
October 17, 2018
been using 9" hogeys on this, has a great action with a slow straight retrieve
By Eugenia
Pozzuoli, Italy
very good
May 18, 2015
strong hook and good action on this lure. i recommend it.
By Db
new york, NY
plastic eel
April 16, 2015
use with slug go 9inches.
create very nice action, all i need to do is just retriving slowly..
high recommend
By Jesse
Pine Brook, NJ
Wobble Head
October 26, 2014
Makes fishing soft plastics like Hogy's and such ridiculously efficient. Superb action with a steady retrieve. I use them with bait keeper screws.
ProsMakes plastics swim very lifelike. Good hooks.
ConsThey're lead.
By Neil B.
Portland, Maine
Point Jude Wobble Head
December 5, 2013
Quality product as expected from Point Jude, and very prompt and efficient service from Tackle Direct. As this is the "off'-season", unable to comment on product effectiveness!
By Dave
NJ surf
Great for rubber eels, worms
October 8, 2012
The 1 1/2 oz sends this to Bremuda. Great for a 9/10" sluggo or hogy. You could use it for a rigged eel, large hook. Has a second eye to tie a tandem hook. Great action on these.
ProsBlack finish
By Dave
NJ surf
Excellent for rubber worms
October 8, 2012
Great for Sluggos or Hogys. It gives the 9/10" worms a great action, with a little weight for casting to where you need. Also has a second eye to tie a tandem hook too. Well done.
ProsBlack color
1 Question & 1 Answer
David
from Clinton, CT asked:
February 18, 2014
There are two eyes on the wobblehead. I'm assuming I tie my line to the one on the point but then what is the eye closest to the hook for? Thanks!
1 Answers
The middle eye is designed to be able to change the action of your hook. Having the line tied to the center eye allows the lure to dive deeper if fishing deeper water.
Customer Service
on February 19, 2014

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