SWIMBAIT JIG HEADS- Are great for bass fishing, just pair up your favorite plastic bait and be ready to catch more fish
TUNGSTEN- Is much smaller than lead, which means fewer hang ups, less snags/weeds to help get more fish in the boat
SUPER SENSITIVE- Tungsten is much more sensitive than lead, you will feel every rock, log, weed and strike when you fish with Reaction Tackle tungsten
HIGH QUALITY- Reaction Tackle uses the highest quality materials, 97% tungsten, lead free with super strong hooks
PROFESSIONAL GRADE- Our fishing weights are professional grade, diamond polished, super high quality paint, very durable, chip resistant
REACTION TACKLE HIGH QUALITY TUNGSTEN SWIMBAIT JIG HEADS
Tungsten fishing jigs have become the standard in bass fishing. Reaction Tackle tungsten weights are the highest quality available, 97% pure tungsten. Professional grade diamond polished.
BENEFITS: Professional grade diamond polished High quality chip resistant paint Environmentally safe Lead-free weights are 97% tungsten Tungsten is heavier and approximately 50% smaller than lead which means they work better in heavy cover/weeds and will have fewer hang ups Added sensitivity helps you detect event the most subtle bites that would of otherwise been missed with traditional lead weights
AVAILABLE COLORS: Black White Green Pumpkin Chartreuse
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I truly feel that now that we do have access to our history and to learn about who we are as people ... we can appreciate where we come from.
– Louis Foundation, JCSD Director of Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
Only 10 percent of slaves knew how to read or write. After [Juneteenth], 70 percent learned how to read and write.
– Prestige Taylor, Johnston Middle School 9th grader
Understanding Juneteenth Freedom Day
The Johnston Community School District is proud to join the millions who are commemorating African American freedom on Juneteenth (June 19) and celebrating the achievements of Black Americans, including those of our Black students, educators, administrators and staff.
In this short video, Louis Fountain, JCSD Director of Equity, Inclusion & Belonging, along with JMS 9th grader Prestige Taylor, explain the importance of Juneteenth and the impact it had on public education.
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