The KO Jig really captures the currents, fluttering and tumbling on its way down. Through ingenious design and molding, the KO Jig is tail-weighted. Meaning, the molten metal forms in teardrop form on one end of the jig.
Subsequently, on the drop, the heavier end swooshes out and away, catching currents, and flutters as it descends. Each rip and fall unique in its path of travel. Purposefully erratic. The hooks themselves are top-shelf, saltwater-grade, and feature tinsel tails to emulate a flickering baitfish tail.