HARD-ROCK MOOSKA JIG
• Molded from heavy-weight tungsten around a premium 60 degree Lip-Stick® fine wire hook
• 7 Hard-Rock® color patterns with metallic UV GraniteGlitter & “glow-in-the-dark” eye-balls
• Price $2.89
Molded from dense, fast-falling tungsten around a premium 60-degree Lip-Stick® fine-wire hook, the Mooska Tungsten Jig presents an extremely lifelike forage imitation in a petite package panfish can’t resist. Balance it with a small IMPULSE® soft plastic or live bait tipping, and experiment with subtle swimming jig strokes until the fish tell you what they want at the moment.
HARD-ROCK MOOSKA JIG Reviews
Posted by LeafsFan79 on Jan 16th 2018
These work fine when tipped with a waxworm or spike. Having said that, I ordered several sizes in yellow and all of them arrived looking exactly like the one pictured as gold on the website - perhaps mislabeled at the factory? The fuschia pink arrived much more orangish in color than pictured. Would like to see this jig in purple. Suggest viewing these at a retailer before buying as some of the colors shown online are not accurate.
Great deep water crappie jig
Posted by Unknown on Jan 11th 2018
Fishing 30+ feet of water jig gets down fast, reads easy of a Fl18 at those depths
never hit the water
Posted by Unknown on Dec 25th 2017
went to clean paint out of hook eye and had the hook break right out of the jig .seems like the hook was right at surface of tungsten. had this happen on two ,do not dare to try and use the others
Best Ice Jig on Market
Posted by Andrew Harber on Dec 21st 2017
Only jig I use for panfish through the ice. Sinks fast, catches even faster. Bluegill, crappies and perch are a guarantee. Blue is my favorite color.
Posted by Unknown on Apr 11th 2017
Great bluegill jig
Posted by Ben on Feb 20th 2017
Great jig for crappies, punches through slush in holes flawlessly. My go to colors are Golden Nugget & Silver Nugget.
Best bluegill ice jigs I've used
Posted by Unknown on Jan 17th 2017
I've used these tungsten jigs for two years now. They are the best jigs I have ever used for bluegill, but also catch a lot of crappie and perch on them too. They sink fast, show up on the depth finder and the fish love them. My two favorite colors are the gold and silver nugget in 1/16 oz.