Limits Tackle’s Jig Heads are hand poured.

The jig heads come in 1/4 oz, 1/8 oz, 1/16 oz, 1/32 oz and 1/64 oz sizes. They can be made using Sickle or J hooks.  They can also be made using 1/0 or 2/0 hooks.

The 1/8 oz, 1/16 oz, 1/32 oz and 1/64 oz sizes with sickle or j hooks are 15 cents each. 

1/4 oz or larger jig heads are 20 cents each.

Jig heads made with 1/0 or 2/0 are 20 cents each.


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The J-hook is the most common hook used in fishing. It name is derived from it being shaped like the letter J. Most J-hooks have a sharp point, round bend and long shank extending up in parallel to the point and ending with a small eye to thread the leader line through.


The design of a sickle hook makes them ideal for crappie fishing, as it seems to have a knack for firmly grabbing crappie in the roof of the mouth. These hooks supposedly tend to also hold onto crappie better during the fight than other options.

Most sickle hooks that I’ve purchased have extremely sharp points with a smaller barb than other hooks of similar size. Therefore, regardless of the unique 45 degree bend of this style hook, the sharpness and smaller barb most certainly helps get good penetration on the roof of a crappie’s mouth.



The Axe Head Jig is great for pitching or flipping your soft bait into tight cover and brush. As it comes through the water, the Wedge Head pushes weeds and grass out of the way, whether pulling it over the surface or down deep. It crawls right though the toughest brush without hanging up.

The Wedge Head Jig works great with all soft baits.



The ball-head jig is designed to fall straight, troll well and even cast nicely. It is the most commonly used jig head shape.


Ball Jig Head