Zero Gravity jigs

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Zero Gravity jigs

Postby goldrod » Sat Dec 24, 2016 12:09 pm

Anyone using them?
How do you like them and is it more a finesse jig or can it take some hard hook sets?
What about 15-20 floro or some 50 braid?
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Re: Zero Gravity jigs

Postby goldrod » Sun Dec 25, 2016 12:31 pm

No one?
I read the TT.com reviews and looked at a few tubevids and the hook seems short to me. Can anyone confirm the hook length
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Re: Zero Gravity jigs

Postby Houndfish » Sat Jan 14, 2017 2:22 am

I have two of them, but have fished them very little and have caught a grand total on one bass on them;
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I was using a MH/F Fenwick Smallmouth Elite with 12lb YZH. The hookset was fine, but she really choked it so I didn't have to do much. I will try to remember tonight to get some pics of the hook and measure it.

From the little I have used them, I do like them. They fall very very slowly and with the right trailer, almost horizontally. My only complaint is that they come to the surface very fast on the retrieve, so I plan to buy a few more, but only use them in very shallow water, or as a pitching lure.


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