These jigs come in 5 different colors:
and in 4 different weights:
The Deep Ledge Jigs are sold in packages of 10 jigs per color.
This is the perfect jig for working ledges and deep tree-tops. With it's big profile head, the jig remains balanced and the fish can see it better as well.
The small light-wire hook lets you probe the thickest cover and not get hung up, yet the hook is big enough to land 2lb crappie. The hook will bend easily, making it easy to pull them free from cover as well. Team this jig with braided line, that has no stretch, and you will almost stop losing jigs. Just a quick snap of the rod will generally free the jig.
Use this jig with your favorite MidSouth Tube and your fear of fishing deep water will disappear. Jigs are available in 5 colors for all water clarity conditions.
*Colors may vary slightly from product images on this website
Posted by Unknown on 7th Dec 2016
The best thing I like about these jigs is the fact that this jig hangs more level than any other jig I have or have seen. My personal opinion is I feel I get more bites and catch more fish with a jig that hangs level in the water. I typically do not use minnows, but do usually add a crappie nibblet to my tube or plastic minnow. I am more confident fishing with a jig like these than with my other standard type jigs. Yes, I do catch more crappies since using these jigs.
Posted by jeremy on 9th Nov 2016
I use 1/4oz deep ledge jigs for crappie in the Southeast US. My livewell fills up a little faster thanks to the holographic eye, the lightwire hook, and the jigs' tendency to hang horizontally in the water.
My dad uses these jigs in the Midwest and Canada for crappie and walleye. In fact, we caught a 6.5lb and a 7.5lb walleye on a chartreuse 1/4oz deep ledge jig last October. The Walleye seem to favor the holographic eye, and the small lightwire hook evades snags but had plenty of backbone to haul in dozens of nice walleyes.
Bottom line...these jigs work...I almost don't want the secret to get out! I'm hooked.
Jeremy in Raleigh, NC
Posted by Hopper on 25th Apr 2016
Although a relatively short, shafted hook, this jig stays buttoned after hook set. I used it for the first time on 4/22/16 and was impressed.
Too, the compact size lets the jig slip through cover much easier than other jigs.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Sep 2014
Like the other reviews state... small hook and heavy size make it good to use in wind and brush. They work.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Oct 2013
I've used several different sizes, but for deep brush fishing the 1/4" jig is excellent for feeling the brush.
Best thing is if you snag it in the wood just pop it and it breaks free meaning more time fishing and less time fixing your line.
Posted by bartmn5 on 22nd May 2012
Just got back after a week in Canada. Thought it would be interesting to see how the DLJ's worked up there. They worked great. Caught a lot of nice crappies and a few walleyes on them. Great product LSG.
Posted by T.W. Houk on 23rd Dec 2011
I started using a heavier jig this year and the extra feel you get is awesome. Wind, no problem--line stays tight and you feel the bite. If you hang up, give the rod a sharp pop and 99 percent of the time you're free. The big head acts as a pendulum of sort freeing the jig. With the smaller hook, which has no problem hooking fish, you are not constantly hanging branches.. Highly recommend