Curl-Tail Redfish Jig (2nd Generation)
$9.49 – $35.95
- #1 Redfish Lure
- Includes: Rattle, Double Tail Grub, Stiffer Weedguard
- Always Lands Hook Point Up
- Custom Screw-Lock Holds Tail
- Flounder and Bass Love It As Well
NEW for 2018! The Curl-Tail Redfish Jig has always been our best selling Bugg. Over the years we’ve gathered customer feedback and have figured out how to improve on the design and effectiveness of this jig. We added a Rattle to the bottom of the jig to help attract fish. We replaced the single tail grub with a Double Tail Grub to give it more action. Finally, we upgraded the weed guard, making it stiffer and more effective in deflecting grass and light cover. Testing has been 100% positive, and we are proud to introduce the New and Improved Curl-Tail Jig! This jig has proven exceptionally effective in blind casting and sight casting situations for Redfish, starting in Texas and Louisiana and extending all the way to Florida and the Carolinas. It starts with the Buggs Redfish Jig Head. The flat bottom design helps it to land softly, hook point up, every time. It also sinks more slowly compared to other jig heads. This makes it very effective for swimming over shallow water flats, and for bumping the jig along the bottom. Every time you twitch the jig as it swims or bump it along, the rattle will produce a click that drives fish nuts! When you let it sink it will land hook point up, and it looks alive just sitting there because of the rabbit strips and the Double-Tail Grub at the back. The grub is secured with a custom screw lock and comes rigged up and ready to fish. The rabbit strips are very durable and give it great action in the water, and there is Krystal Flash and UV flash on the sides. The grub can be easily changed out when the fish tear it up, and can be replaced with a scented plastic as well. P.S. Don’t let the name fool you – Flounder absolutely crush this jig! And all types of bass as well as speckled trout, drum, sheepshead, and even tarpon have been landed on this jig! Complete recipes, tying instructions, and tying video is available.