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The Jig is Up Missile Jigs – Ike’s Monster Jig

New Missile Jigs Ike’s Monster Jig

Missile Jigs is dropping a new jig that is specially made for trophy bass hunters called Ike’s Monster Jig. Based on a custom 10/0 VMC 60 degree heavy duty jig hook with the super slick PTFE coating, the all-purpose design of the Monster Jig head allows it to excel in swimming or bottom bouncing applications. Think of Ike’s Monster Jig as the big swimbait of jigs.

“The NEW Monster Jig is creating a whole new category of jigs for anglers that are not afraid to go after truly big bass! Glide baits and big swim baits are becoming super popular because they work. The Monster Jig will be another option for anglers going after big bass that are in thicker cover or in water deeper than you can reach with traditional big glides.

It’s also gonna be a weapon for catching suspended giant fish off of forward facing sonar! I can’t wait to have it in my arsenal next year,” says Mike Iaconelli, BASS legend pro and Bass Fishing Hall of Fame angler.
Available in 1 ounce or 1.5 ounce sizes, the Monster Jig will get down to those lunkers that live out in the depths of the lake. The Monster Jig will be offered in the top six big bait color patterns including Green Gizzard, Bruiser, and Rainbow Trout. Each Monster Jig will retail for $15.99 and begin shipping in the middle of January. Don’t fish scared. Tie on the Monster Jig when you want to catch the big bass of a lifetime.
MISSILE BAITS is a small company dedicated to creating SERIOUS soft plastic baits to help anglers catch more fish. The designs are straight off the top-level professional bass tour. Based in Salem, Virginia, MISSILE BAITS works relentlessly to make the best baits, show their customers how to use them, and stay on the cutting edge of bass fishing. Founded in January 2012, new products and videos will continue to be launched. Log onto for videos, tips, forums, and more.

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