Utilizing a cobra shaped head, the Denny Brauer Structure Jig is the ultimate choice for any structure fishing with a jig. Designed by renowned jig fisherman, Denny Brauer, Strike King's Structure Jig seeks to increase hookups while simultaneously decreasing hangups. Each element of this jig was painstakingly tweaked until they all worked in harmony and met Brauer's demands.
Constructed around a special zero degree line tie Owner 2x Strong Cutting Point Hook, this jig presents optimal bite delivering the hook penetration necessary when fishing in and around structure. The unique positioning of the cobra head places less material between the hook point and line tie - which follows the theme of better hook-up ratio by keeping the plane of the hookset clear of obstructions. When it came to reducing hangups, Strike King found the cobra shaped head to be much more effective at freeing itself from snags - sort of acting like a counter weight against the snag. Increased weedlessness can also be attributed to the Structure Jig's weedguard angle that Brauer developed based on years of cutting down and tweaking his stock jigs guards the way he preferred.
The Structure Jig really lives up to its name once you get to fishing it. Anglers will find the wider jig head to feel more of what's on the bottom and offer more control of the action. The transmitted sensitivity helps to distinguish between that soft mushy feel of a pickup vs the denser feel of bottom contact. Durability isn't something you really think of when it comes to jigs, and to be honest, despite having an incredibly chip resistant finish, the Structure Jig will still lose paint if you're fishing it in the right places. However, when comparing it to other jigs, there is a noticeable difference in the paint's lifespan.