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Strike King Hack Attack Jig

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Hello Everybody

I am not much for posting, mostly read the posts here.

But I felt compelled to share with you my experience with the Strike King Hack Attack Jig.

Well I picked up a 1/2 oz Black and Blue and paired it with a Rage Craw Just like Mr. Hackney suggests.

Nice Skirt, Big-Sharp Hook, nice barb on hook to hold plastic.

Out on the water jig falls just as advertised, straight down and did well working through weedy areas.

I am most impressed with the sharpness and sturdiness of the hook.

Just like Mr. Hackney states, "Hook will not flex, cleanly punctures fishes mouth."

All of my 5 bites were so soft I did not feel them to set the hook.

I only felt the rod load up when retrieving so I reel set all 5, and did not loose 1 fish!

Each fish was securely hooked, I could not believe what little pressure was needed.

After returning fish to the lake I inspected the head paint held up well.

I fish a weedy lake and most jig head types are not suited for grass and muck but the Hack Attack jig is.

Initially I felt at 4.29 each was a bit pricey, but after trying them they are worth every penny.

Thanks Strike King/Mr. Hackney!

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My PB for 2011 was on the Hack Attack jig, so i have nothing but praise.

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i love the hack attack jigs.. ive got boxes of em in the garage and they always produce for me around here on the rivers whther its 30 degrees or 100 degrees outside.. these shallow water river fish cant resist it!

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