Nekid Ball Jigz for fishing for Puget Sound Flounder, Sole and Halibut
We got several questions on what we were using in one of our first videos where we were fishing for Flounder and Sole and at the time we were using chunks of Herring, but I wouldn’t mind giving Nekid Ball Jigz a shot as a Flounder lure.
What makes Nekid Ball Jigz good Flounder Lures?
Quick change high quality components allow the angler to adjust the weight of the NBJ based on water depth and tidal conditions or switch out the hand tied salt water tough Kevlar hi-vis teaser to a color – flash pattern that works with the water clarity and feeding patterns of your target species.
Glow-Hot colors allow anglers to quickly “charge” the NBJ under a light source like you would your glow flashers and fish on into the night or use them in the pre-dawn “Magic Hours” just before sunrise.
Under water light sources are recognized fish attractors and not seen in most traditional Puget Sound Flounder lures. The Nekid Ball Jigz provides anglers with a glow color selection sure to attract the most finicky of fish.
The 360 degree swivel action of the hi-vis teaser drives hungry predators wild.
Increased casting distances provided by the Nekid Ball Jigz allows you to cover more water, improving your chances of finding fish.
How are Nekid Ball Jigz Made?
All Nekid Ball Jigz are Hand Poured “Ball Jigs” using stainless steel or bronze eyelets with Superior Glow In the Dark Powder Coatings. Heavy duty dual split ring swivels combined with Super Strong Kevlar wrapped hand tied Hi-Vis Teasers on 2/0 hooks then finished with a reverse attached ultra short shank 4x Strong stinger hook.
I really like the fact that they not only have a wide selection of weights and colors, but a couple of options for hooks as well. As Flounder lures, you can order the size and hook combination you want to match the fish you are hunting. Most off the rack hooks suck and come in one size, so this is nice!
Want to get some Nekid Ball Jigz for Flounder Fishing?
I’m pretty sure you aren’t going to find any of these Flounder lures in the local stores, so swing on over to the Nekid Ball Jigz website at http://www.nekidballjigz.com/ and pick a few up. If you do, be sure to shoot us some comment and even a picture or two of what you catch!
Note: These aren’t just Flounder lures either! You can obviously catch Sole and other bottom fish with them and if you upsize a bit, you can even use them as Halibut lures!
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