Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jigheads Review [Top Pros & Cons Video]

By: Tony Acevedo on September 25, 2018
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Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead

With so many jigheads on the market, it can be hard to know which ones are worth the money they cost.

And with so many different brand options, it’s hard to even know where to start.

I’ve been using the Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead for a while and wanted to give you my honest review of it.

In this article, I go over my top pros and cons for the Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead.

You can also see some underwater footage of the jighead in use in the video review at the bottom of the page.

Note: We are not affiliated with any fishing product companies. If you’ve used this jighead, let us know what you thought of it in the comments section. We love to hear your honest feedback on any products we review!

Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead Specs

3 pack of the Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead

The Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jigheads are made with Mustad Ultra Point hooks.

There are a number of different size options for this jighead. You can see the specs for the Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead below:

  • Weight: 1/16-3/4 oz
  • Hook Size: 1/0-5/0
  • Color Variations: 7

The jigheads are $3.99-4.89 on the Bass Assassin website.

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Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead Video Review

In this video, I give you my full review of the Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead including my top pros and cons for this jighead.

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Conclusion

Grub Tail on Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead

This is a solid jighead to rig your soft plastic lures on.

I like this jig for Gulp Shrimp and grub tail lures.

While it is not perfect, it is a good choice for inshore fishing.

Remember, all our reviews are objective, unbiased and independent. We are not affiliated with any fishing product companies.

If you’ve used the Saltwater Assassin Pro Elite Jighead, let us know what you thought of it in the comments below.

Also, let us know if you have any questions about this product or review.

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Bob Smith
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Nicely done Tony. Unbiased, informative and interesting. Good job presenting.

Keith Donald
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Great review. I like the the small profile as well, especially the 1/0 size for mini 2” baits.

I’ve found this jig head good for rigging gulp bits on a 1/16oz weight to catch bigger bait, too. Mustad also makes a 1/0 Shrimp Head in 3/16oz that has a small shank/profile that’s good for this. Trout Eye has a nice 1/0 finesse size in 1/4oz as well.

For bigger lures/fish, I’ve started preferring stronger hooks. I’m most impressed with Knotty Hooker heads which use thicker wire Gammy hooks & have a nice stand up head design as well.

Pablo Diaz
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Great information

Gary Rankel
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I’ve tried a whole bunch of jig heads and have settled on the trout eye / redfish eye heads. There seems to be something about their big eye that attracts fish, and they work well with Z Man plastics.

Joe Sheaffer
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Tony, have you tried the Slayer inc. jigs? The work really well with the Z-Man products. I watched your review with their paddle tails, and I’m interested what you think about their jig. Great review, thanks.