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Product Focus: Mikado’s New Jig Heads

Polish tackle manufacturer, Mikado, have introduced three new jig heads to its range. The jig heads have been manufactured from high quality components. They come in a wide range of sizes to cater for all soft lures. With subtle differences, these jig heads are really worth a look.

Jaws Classic Jig

As the name suggests, these are classic jig heads however, classic doesn’t mean mediocre. The high-quality hooks are a the solid base for these jig heads, but that’s only the start. A small barb ensures that the lure will stay in its place without ripping it, which can sometimes happen with jig heads incorporating a lead collar. A nice touch is that each head has a description on it which states the jigs weight and hook size, making life easier and quicker on the water.

Jaws Stinger Eye

The Jaws Stinger Eye jig heads have the same great features that can be found in the Classic Jig Heads such as high quality forged hooks, a barb to secure the lure instead of the classic collar and a description of both the weight and the hook size on the head. This model also incorporates an additional ring called, The Stinger Eye, which is located on the back of the head. This makes it so much easier to attach to different kinds of popular rigs.

JAWS Jig with Screw

The newest Jaws jig heads with a screw are a great choice for anglers who like to follow the latest trends when it comes to tackle and fishing techniques. These jig heads don’t have a hook and are instead fitted with a special spring that you screw the lure onto. It holds the lure in its place and weights it down just right. The hook is on the additional rigs that are attached to the ring on the back of the head. It’s the perfect way of rigging for pike soft lures such as the  Fishunter Goliat, but will work equally well with different zander soft lures too, for example, the Saira. Jig heads with a screw are great for classic methods as well as for vertical fishing.

For more information on how to stock these products visit the the Mikado website

 

Author: Simon Calvert

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