Clam™ Maggot Drop Ice Fishing Jig

Item # WX2-424455

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Clam™ Maggot Drop Ice Fishing Jig. Fast-dropping action and life-like appearance help you put those panfish on ice.

Here's the hook:
  • Life-like maggot profile with fire-tiger bar pattern
  • Made from tungsten, which is 30% heavier than lead, to reach deep water quickly
  • Small, compact presentation for punching through the slush
  • Plummets through thick vegetation, brush and timber
  • Better control than lead jigs, with more wind and current resistance
  • Denser than lead to feel bites better. High density also allows you to tune out hoards of baitfish and still see the Jig on your sonar
  • Sticky-sharp, forged, thin-diameter nickel hook for better bait piercing with no "gut ooze" and effortless hook-ups
  • Bait it with plastics, Euro larvae, waxis or spikes for maximum effectiveness
  • Weighs 1/ 32 oz., hook size 10.

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