Gopher makes a good head, as does ZMann. Cabelas has a house brand head that is inexpensive and also works well.JerryC wrote:Hey guys, caught wind of this rig eventhought I have been fishing with something similar the past few years. Anyone have any good jigheads they can suggest for this rig? Normally i would just put it on a half moon jig but ive been looking for something a little flatter that stands up better... let me know!
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Problem Ive come across with the senko is its much harder to super glue to the Head.. the TRD is ment for gluing and will kast a hell of a lot longer.. We fished it exclusively this spring up on St Clair for 8 days and I absolutely destroyed them.. Caught a bunch of 4-6lb smallies and had a run of 25 smallies in 45 mins in one spot... stupid Goose Turd bait...JerryC wrote:The Trd worms Re meant for the Ned rig. I just use a senko and cut it in half.
You can use it with any jig but the mushroom head is best, any stand up jig i would assume would work well.jeff h wrote:How does a jighead w/a hunk of plastic on it become a "rig"? It's just a mushroom head jig, right?
After seeing Treys post on FB with him smashing them on LSC, I bought some turds, Zman heads and VMC heads. I can't believe how effective that stupid thing is. From smallies, pike, rock bass and perch in Michigan to largemouths, bluegill, green sunfish and channel cat here in Oklahoma, those Turds catch everything!
That TuRD is the first Elaztech bait I've ever had any luck with. Its ability to stand up on its head along with its durability make it the perfect bait for the technique.