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I am looking for tube jigs with a rattle.  I have been using some but the smallies seem to crush that rattle right off the bait.  Looking for a new brand to try.

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I usually use mine without a rattle but when i do use one i use the bite me rattling tube jigheads. If the rattles are coming off either wrap them with electrical tape or use heat shrink to hold them in place before inserting the head in the tube. I used to do this with regular tube heads before I found the bite me heads

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Check out the Bite Me Big Dude Rattle Jig Head, designed by Mark Zona, enhances a tube bait by providing a bulbous head and rattle feature. The enlarged head anatomically matches gobies, sculpin and other bottom dwelling prey. The Big Dude Rattle Jig Head comes equipped with a 60 degree 3/0 flat-eye Gamakatsu hook. Strong currents and deep water are the ideal conditions to fish your tube bait with the Big Dude Rattle Jig Head.

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A-Jay

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7 hours ago, A-Jay said:

Check out the Bite Me Big Dude Rattle Jig Head, designed by Mark Zona, enhances a tube bait by providing a bulbous head and rattle feature. The enlarged head anatomically matches gobies, sculpin and other bottom dwelling prey. The Big Dude Rattle Jig Head comes equipped with a 60 degree 3/0 flat-eye Gamakatsu hook. Strong currents and deep water are the ideal conditions to fish your tube bait with the Big Dude Rattle Jig Head.

Bite Me Big Dude Rattle Jig Head.jpg

A-Jay

I use this in 3/8 all the time. Everything about this jig is perfect for tubes. Cracking or dragging, these work.

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1 minute ago, DubyaDee said:

I use this in 3/8 all the time. Everything about this jig is perfect for tubes. Cracking or dragging, these work.

Agreed ~ and I really debated on whether or not to share this one -

It's that good.

:)

A-Jay

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1 minute ago, Wildbillb said:

I had found these just wasn't sure how they held up.

So I was looking for other options.

 

For a heavy weight forward, fast fall rate, with a solid thin wire hook suitable to be fished on light-ish line, this IS the option.

A-Jay

 

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4 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

For a heavy weight forward, fast fall rate, with a solid thin wire hook suitable to be fished on light-ish line, this IS the option.

A-Jay

 

Perfect.  I'll be on LSC in 3 weeks for a long weekend.  I'll get some and put them to the test.

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14 minutes ago, Wildbillb said:

Perfect.  I'll be on LSC in 3 weeks for a long weekend.  I'll get some and put them to the test.

Good Luck - I think you'll be satisfied.

Sent you a pm

A-Jay

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