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Chris Haley

Scenic Tackle's Pro Series jigs

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Chris Haley

I had someone show me one of these jigs yesterday, and the color and finish of the paint on these jigs is amazing!!! That wasn't even the best part! This guy knew that I have a sponsorship with a local tackle company and said I have to see the QUALITY of these jigs. He then procedes to take a hammer and smash this jig head on a piece of steel. The paint cracks where the hammer hit it but no where else, and it still stayed on even though it cracked!! He then hits it again and again. Now this jig is only 1/4 inch thick after he's done, and the paint still holds on to the non impact area!! Now I've fished jigs on rocks where the jigging action has knocked the paint off after fifteen minutes. These Scenic Tackle Pro Series jigs are the ticket and if you don't believe me, get out a hammer!! I dare ya!! If your local bait shop doesn't have them, ask for em!! Tell them about this guy that dares you to hit them with a hammer!!

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Deitz Dittrich

I would rather dare the fish to hit it with their lips!!! If the Quality of the Pro Series Jig is anywhere near the quality of the Go devil spoons or Angle Eye Spoons, then I don't need to hit it with a hammer... I alreay know its quality!!!

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Thanks for the kind words. Our quality itself shows that we take a lot of pride in our paint system. Yes our paint is made to stay on. I fish a ton of rocks and the last thing I want is for the paint to come off and I have to take the time to change jigs.

There are some other features that I would like to share on the Scenic Tackle Pro-Series Jig Heads. These jigs feature color matched hooks to the color of the heads. Glow/Blue has a blue hook, Firetiger has a Green hook, Chart/Orange has a red hook....you get the picture. They also feature VERY sharp carbon steel VMC hooks.

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Jeff, your lures have the toughest paint in the industry that's for sure! Take a look in my ice tackle box, 90% of the lures are made by Scenic...and these are lures I bought, none were given....I think they are just some of the best lures going, that's why I'm willing to buy them over most other spoons and jigs!

Keep up the innovation Jeff!!

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