Utilizing a cobra shaped head, the Strike King Jointed Structure Head provides anglers with a new way to fish their favorite soft plastic baits. Similar in utility to the Biffle Hardhead, the Jointed Structure Head is comprised of a jig head with a jointed connection to the Z-bend black nickel hook that enables the attached plastic to swing back and forth side to side. Unlike your standard football jig heads, the Jointed Structure Jig allows the soft plastic bait to realize it's full potential creating an irresistible action that works in a number of conditions from shallow water to deep structure dragging.
If you're not familiar with Biffle Bug style jig heads, the technique is very versatile allowing anglers to fish the lure in a number of ways as they see fit. The same 1/2oz jig head and craw bait will be equally effective in shallow water with a steady retrieve through rocks and timber or dragged along the bottom over deep structural elements or depth changes. Anglers can also fish the presentation like a standard jig pitching toward targets and working it back with a mixture of hops, swimming and dragging.
Mark Davis on the Jointed Structure Head
“I’ve had a great deal of success on the Elite Series this year using the new Structure Head," says former Bassmaster Classic champion and Bassmaster Angler of the Year Mark Davis. "I've caught fish that I don’t think I could’ve caught with anything else – this bait paired with a Rage Bug or Rage Menace is a lethal combination.
"The Structure Head is versatile in its application, and perfect in its design. The head design allows you keep maximum contact with the bottom yet it's super weedless. The hook is also just right for rigging and equally good at keeping big fish buttoned up."
We offer the Strike King Jointed Structure Jig in three sizes: 3/8, 1/2 and 3/4oz in three colors - 2 per pack.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov