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Because of its sensitivity and durability, tungsten has become a popular material in the fishing world. Heavy Metal Tungsten celebrates tungsten and tungsten-based fishing tackle and its value to anglers everywhere with some of the most electric jigs and jig heads on the market today.

With a rockin’ product for almost any terminal technique, the Heavy Metal Tungsten lineup will provide you with hardworking, long-lasting, and environmentally-concious baits specifically designed to help you catch more fish.

Advantages Of Tungsten

Tungsten is denser in weight than lead, so a tungsten jighead can be made smaller yet weigh the same as a lead jighead. This allows for more compact weights and streamlined rigs. Additionally, tungsten provides more sensitivity than other materials. Since it is denser than lead it is better at helping you feel bottom composition and structure. A tungsten sinker gives you a better feel for what your bait is doing whether you are fishing wood, rocks, sand or clay bottom. 

Better for the Enviroment

Tungsten does not have the toxic characteristics of lead, Which makes Heavy Metal Tungsten tackle more environmentally friendly. Also, some states have banned the use of lead fishing tackle so you can stay out of trouble with the law in those states if you fish with tungsten.

Popular Techniques Paired with Heavy Metal Tungsten

Dragging / Hopping / Swimming Texas Rigs
Worm Weights

Flippin’ or Punching
Flippin' Weights

Carolina Rigs
Flippin’ or Worm Weights

Dropshot Open Water/Rocks
Drop Shot Round Ball

Drop Shot In Grass
Drop Shot Cylinder Weight

Deep Offshore Fishing
Football Head, Shakey Head

Shallow Grass
Flash Bang, Worm Weights

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