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I am looking for somebody that knows some really great jigheads. The type of jigheads i am looking for should apply to grubs, craws, reapers, and small worms. I am currently a fan of mushroom shaped heads. Sharp hooks are an absoloute necessity as well. The best jigheads i can find are always from small local companys, and are priced a little higher as well. My 2 favorites are D's (Mishawaka, IN) 60 degree worm jigheads, they have great gamakatsu hooks and a sweet mushroom shaped head, and i just got some other jigheads, the same style made by some company in allegan, MI. What have you come to love as far as companys and designs go?

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Over the last few years Finesse worms have become one of my go-two baits.

These heads have been very productive for me

1. Bass Pro Lite Wire

2. Tru-Tungsten Ball Buster

3. Luck-E Strike Finesse

4. Bite-Me Shaky Ball Heads

They all work great, Corey

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Best all around jighead is the Spot Stalker. Can be used on almost any soft plastic. Works in grass since it has a grass head but also works in other types of cover well. Has a removeable wire weedguard so it can be fished with the weedguard or Alabama rigged (Texas rig on a jighead). Has a strong enough hook for heavy cover and giant bass but light enough hook to use with light line. Comes in a bunch of different weights. Has a dimple on the bottom which allows use of a heavier jigjead with a slower rate of fall. Has a stand up head. Great keeper behind the head so the worm don't slide down but also isn't in the way of a good hookset. Has an excellent hook up ratio. I don't know of any other jighead that does this many things as well as this jighead. This is the only one I have found that can do it all. www.unclejosh.com

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I will have to agree with Randall. The Spot Stalker is an incredable jighead.

Another one to check out is the Spot Remover Pro Model by Buckeye Lures. It's a stand-up jig head and works great with all soft plastics. www.Buckeyelures.com

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Just discovered a nice looking jig with decent sized hooks at  www.spotsticker.com.  Haven't ordered any yet but they seem to be a real nice jighead.  Anyone here familiar with them?

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I use the spotstickers sometimes when not fishing around grass and when I feel like a need a 90 degree bend jighead.  The guys who run the company are really good guys as well.

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Here's another BassResource. com member site to checkout:

www.micromunchtackle.com

Craig DeFronzo (earthworm77)

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They are not mushroom shaped but I use PJ's Bass Extractor jigheads for my worms, they have a wire hook in the head that holds the worms or whatever you use on the hook really well

www.pjlures.com

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I thought I would be the first to post abou Spot Removers when I saw this post. THANKS ALOT, fluke.  ;) These things are almost like an up-side-down mushroom head, and are the best shaky-rig jigheads around.

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