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Sunday, December 9, 2007

• Review: BPS Enticer Jigs

I must admit I have only used these jigs consistently over the last couple of months. I cannot compare them to other products because these jigs are really the first I've ever used fishing for bass. I'm fairly new to jig fishing and my confidence in them is still very low. All of the ones I own weigh 1/2oz aside from one 3/8oz in blue. I have them in blue, white/black, and black/red. I use Lake Fork Tackle Pig Claws for trailers which are strongly scented with garlic. A LFT Craw cut short stands up nicely as a jig trailer too. I've also purchased some V&M craw trailers and plan on trying out some Paca Chunks one of these days.

The skirts on the Enticer jigs are 40 strand skirts, but the bands holding them on have broken on every single one except for the newest one. I recommend tying the skirts on before the summer heat gets to the bands and they break on you. Without the band, the action of the skirt is a lot less ordinary in my opinion. The rattles are necessary for some anglers and ineffectual to others. The rattles can break off easy too. The hook is a strong 2X Mustad hook. The only modification I've made has been trimming the weed guard short so that it does not get in the way, but not so much that it is no longer weedless. These jigs do tend to pick up a fair amount of hydrilla anyway. I cannot comment on how these jigs fall. The lake I fish isn't clear enough to do a good visual inspection. The paint on the jig head has yet to chip after being pitched repeatedly against cypress trees.

For $1.99, you can't expect a lot though. I'm sure there are better quality jigs out there, but if you need an inexpensive jig to start out on like I'm doing, I suppose you can't go wrong with the BPS Enticer jig. I have yet to catch my first jig bass. I can't say my diligence is unwavering, but I do try.

Please go here and read that post as I no longer support nor shop at Bass Pro Shops.

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