The VMC Neon Moon Eye Jig is designed with 3D holographic eyes to create the illusion of a wider profile while adding realism. The VMC premium high-carbon steel hook of this jig enhances durability along with sleek, black nickel finish. Complete with a unique shape that gives the illusion of a wider profile and a wide range of colors, this jig will attract all the fish!
3D Holographich Eye
Shape gives the illusion of a wider profile
Asprin Shaped Head Design Provides Added Control
UV BRIGHT Finish reflects more light energy, strengthening the lure's visibility
These jigs are the number one jig I use. In my box, I have a combination of traditional lead jigs, whistler jigs, snap jigs, and these moon eyes. I fish exclusively with with the 3/8 oz size, and absolutely kill with them compared to my other jigs. As an example, took a trip this last weekend to Fort Peck over Memorial Day weekend, and with the blue UV jig (my favorite of the bunch), hauled in heaps of walleye, a few perch, a crappie, and a smallmouth bass over the two days I was there. No other jig other than the orange UV moon eye even caught a fish. Usually, I run bottom bouncers and jigs, so this is my go to for jigs. The hooks hold up well to big fish and bending, although I did have a couple break on a larger walleye and the smallmouth, although that is a first for the jig ever breaking on me. The bait holder is awesome, and does a great job keeping plastics, leeches, minnows, and crawlers on the jig. Best jig there is, well worth the price.
Probably my favorite jig, a nice selection of colors and weights with the UV styles a nice compliment to standard colors. The hook is solid and the shank barb keeps soft baits in place without splitting them open like a ripe melon. A great jig!
I use it with small swimbaits on light line when fishing for suspended bass. I've experimented with other heads and most definitely get more bites with this head. The light wire hook makes me nervous, but I can't remember bending the hook on a fish. The bait holder is good but I still use a drop of Super Glue to get more fish out of each bait.