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Best jig heads/shad heads for soft plastics ??

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What’s the best jig heads for soft plastics. Looking for recommendations for all sizes. Keitech style and up to bass assasin, slugos all swim shads. 

 

Using this for striped bass mainly on Long Island open beach and back bay. Also boat

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That is way too vague a question to answer

Where are you fishing? Current or beach, Striper? How deep?

 

The best answer i can give is a ball jig for everything but shad. Pour em yourself using your own hooks and eye loops, With heavy forged hooks they are better than anything you can buy. Triangle shaped head for shads done the same way

 

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Tinman Shad Heads for swim shad.  He's located here in the Commercial Buy/Sell/Trade Forum.  

 

Joe Baggs Soft Plastic Jighead for Slug-go's or similar style.  

 

 

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Lots of choices.  All are made with Mustard forged and plated 2x strong plated hooks.  Can be found in the Commercial B/S/T section. Here's a couple links.

http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/topic/716286-ball-bullet-and-shad-jig-heads-for-soft-plastic/

http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/topic/723211-swimbaits-and-heads-expanded-color-selection/

 

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kalins in my book well balanced very strong and sharp hook, and many styles to suit a lot of different situations

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