Top Saltwater Gig Heads
Football, bullet, shad, grub and boxing-glove heads — these common jig styles catch fish, period. Similarly, bucktail jigs (with natural or synthetic hairs) always make it into our tackle trays and onto our boats. But plenty of other types of jig heads exist beyond the known commodities.
The same companies that produce traditional jigs also manufacture lesser-known designs meant for specific fishing styles and techniques. Traditional jig heads fill the jack-of-all-trades role, but better options might be available for specific styles of fishing. Fish the grass flats regularly? Prefer to chin-weight your live baits? Cast soft baits for tuna or calico bass? There’s a specific jig head for you. Check out these 10 different jig-head designs to consider adding to your tackle arsenal.