Mustad Darter Jig Heads

Darter Jig Heads are not just another Jig Head , they are designed to glide on the fall and dart on the retrieve to allow the angler to present their plastics in a very natural way.

Darter Jog Heads add action to Curl- Tail with Grubs and Paddle – Tails , and they made Stickbait Style Plastics come alive. Worked with a rip and a drop action or a slow roll, the Mustad Darter Jig Head is as effective in the ocean and estuaries as it is in the freshwater lakes and rivers.

A comprehensive range of sizes with weights from 1.2g (1/32oz) through to 42g (1.5oz) available and using a Mustad heavy duty hook from size 2 to 7/0 with more than 50 different jig heads overall, there is sure to be a Mustad Darter Jig Head to suit your fishing needs.

Wilson Fishing

About Wilson Fishing

wilson fishing Wilson Fishing is an Aussie family owned wholesale fishing tackle supplier and manufacturer. We specialise in developing quality products in Australia for Australian fishing conditions, employing over 50 staff members Australia wide. Wilson Fishing is famous for our Live Fibre range of Aussie built, Aussie designed fishing rods. Founded in 1946, Wilson Fishing is a 100% Australian owned and operated business. Our history has seen us develop relationships with some of the worlds premier fishing and marine companies, including Kilwell, Mustad and Surecatch and now Zerek Innovations.

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