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FIRE-BALL® JIG

$3.29
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Product Description

  • #1 all-time money winning jig on the PWT® & FLW® Pro Walleye Tours!
  • Attach “sting’r” hook to nip the short striking nibblers

 Proven deadly on walleyes, saugers, perch and other predators. Short-shank Fire-Ball® design produces a compact live bait presentation ideal for vertical jigging with a minnow, leech or half a nightcrawler. Attach Sting’r Hook to Trailer Hitch at base of jig head to hook short strikers.

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  • Species: Crappie, Perch, Pike, Trout, Walleye
  • Season: Open Water

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  • UV Fireball
    5

    Posted by Dean Fisher on May 26th 2019

    This last week we received our order of 1/16 oz UV Fireball jigs. The jigs are used on our charter boat that can handle 20 anglers at a time. This way we can try many different colors and styles of hooks at one time. The last two charters at least 75% of the fish were caught on the new UV jigs in pink or blue pattern. We will be ordering more soon.
    Dean Fisher
    Fishers Resort
    Mille Lacs Lake

  • Excellent Live Bait Jig
    5

    Posted by Tom on May 21st 2019

    Great for attaching a piece of crawler or whole leech

  • Good jigs for live bait
    4

    Posted by Dennis Nemeth on May 16th 2019

    These are really good jigs for fishing live bait. Colors are great and they are very well made. I would like to see them with red hooks again but other than that I use them often and catch lots of fish when I go to jig finesse fishing with bait.

  • incomplete grade
    3

    Posted by Richard Kosinski on Mar 30th 2019

    I ordered and paid for 6 packages of 1oz. fireball jigs order .# 32545 [ a total of 12 jigs ]. When the package arrived there was only 1 package, with no explanation. I called and the service representative said that she would send the missing items but I've not yet received them. I was planning to use them on the Detroit River starting 4/6.

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