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Fireballs cant be beat with live bait. Fishing plastic precision jig heads are the only way to fly.

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Bfishn precision jigs are the only jig i will buy from now one. The plastic holder as well as holding live bait is second to none. They also have a great hook gap paired with a light jig.

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I have used about all the brands out there I believe. I look for the ones that have some tough paint and sharp hooks on them.

For me, the jigs Jeff Beckwith makes at Scenic Tackle right here in Mn have the toughest paint I have found. Tom at JB lures also has the same paint on his jigs and one can bounce them on the rocks alot and the paint stays there very well. I also use some of the bFISHn brand jigs.

hate those jigs that u use for a day in a rocky area and after a few hours of fishing there is almost all of the paint gone.

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I've come to like the Neon Moon-Eye jigs, especially for fishing plastics or Gulp Alive minnows.

The bait-holder works way better than a typical gumball jig, and the narrower profile seems to get snagged a bit less. The colors are attractive and detailed, and the paint seems very durable.

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The Lindy exchange jigs work great but I wish the hooks were a bit stiffer. I like being able to switch weight of head with out having to cut my line over and over.

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Northland Metallic Fireball has been good to me lately. Only beef is the eyes tend to fall off after a few fish.

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Whistler jigs are hard to beat when fishing rivers, or minnows in general. I make 75% if the jigs I use. I can create a walleye jig with a 3/0 hook. or a 1/8 with a 4/0 -5/0 jig hook.

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I use the 1/8oz stand up fireball more often than other jigs. 2" grub or sizmic shad, or half a nightcrawler, usually.

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