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  • Unique “propeller” blade adds flash & sonic vibration to lure fish & trigger ‘em to strike
  • UV coated paint design to attract fish in from afar
  • New fish scale design
  • Perfect for moderately colored, stained or muddy water
  • Tip with live bait or your favorite plastic grub

 Great for walleyes, bass, pike, trout and jumbo panfish. Offers the same fish-attracting metallic propeller as the original Whistler® Jig, plus a sleek head design and optically brightened, high-vis UV colors that excel in low-light conditions and stained or muddy water. Cast or jig. Tip with live bait or soft plastics like the IMPULSE® Smelt Minnow.



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  • Should be called worthless jig

    Posted by Mike Clausen on Sep 23rd 2019

    I thought I would try these out and what a mistake. I rated at a 2 only because the fish would hit on them but neither of the 2 of us could hook a fish with them, Needs a bigger hook so that the propeller isn't in the way of the hook set.

  • 1oz whistler jigs

    Posted by Jake on Sep 15th 2019

    I was so excited to see that you finally are producing 1oz whistler jigs again! They have been u available in the Pacific Northwest for years. The paint scheme and quality of the paint job is superb! The issue that will keep me from buying any more of these jigs is this, the hooks are way to small for the diameter of the body. The website lists the hook size as a 6/0. These jigs have a 3/0 hook at the very largest. If a person did not run a stinger hook with this jig I can assure you that your hookup rate would be dismal. I don't know if these jigs are being outsourced to China but no standard size 6/0 hook is this small. Please contact me if you have questions or can provided answers to my questions. Thank you, Solomon

  • Great for smallmouth. Norther WI, Green whistler w/3" minnow. First week of June, bass were coming on towards spawn, 4-6' sandy/rocky bottom. Breezy day so put float on rig w/4' Vanish and drifted it through target area.

    Posted by N. L. Cain on Jun 12th 2019

    All smallmouths thrown back as season did not open until 6/15.

  • Whistler Jig

    Posted by Richard Meyer on May 19th 2019

    We moved to Idaho from Iowa, We still use the Whistler Jig for Bass, they love it. The problem is that no one out here knows anything about this jig, Bass Pro or Cabela's. That's ok I will order from you folks. Thank You very much

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