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Guppy Head

Gizzard Shad
Blue Shad
Tennessee Shad
Chartr Shad
Naked Shad
Grn Pumpkin
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The Dirty Jigs Guppy Swimbait Jig Head is designed for fishing small swimbaits. The 90-degree jig head design allows for that perfect horizontal lure position, making it ideal for vertical jigging and any other application.

The Guppy Head is available with either a 1/0 or 3/0 VMC hook.

The engineered head design features a stacked cone keeper that holds soft plastics in place and prolongs the life of your soft plastic swimbait.

(Previously called the Matt Stefan Guppy Head) 

Sold in packs of 3.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Logan Bliss
Best finesse swimbait head!

The Dirty Jigs Guppy head matches perfectly with your favorite finesse swimbaits! Also great for Damiki Rigging!

Charlie Dickerson
Good jig

Great little lead head jig,good colors and sharp hooks

Gavin Greeley
My go to jig head for smallmouth clients

If I could give this big 6 stars I would. As a charter captain and guide I rely on top of the line products to insure my clients have a successful day with easy to fish tackle. This jig is a killer smallmouth jig casting long distances and using swim baits to cover lots of water or making technical presentations to visible shallow water bass. The paint holds up well and the hooks are sharp out of the package ready to use. Give these jig heads a try and out more fish in the boat!

Billy Elbert

This is the perfect head for the damiki rig or using as a follow up bait for followers. The hook is razor sharp, sized perfectly and strong!

Great Heads - Balanced, Realistic Look, and Many Uses

These heads were brought to my attention via a YouTube video in where I was looking for a 90 degree head that would serve me in Damiki Rigging (aka Moping, Tight Lining)...These heads provide a detailed fished/guppy profile and the colors are all you'll need...I bought a good variety of these heads and have been quite successful for that application just last week in 38 degree water...These with an split tail minnow of your choice, drop it down to the school and raise up art 2 feet...Then hold on...I also use an aspirin head sometimes, but these are my new go to...I do apply a clear coat on top of the painted heads just to preserve the finish before they go in my box...Their finish is very tough and attractive (especially the Naked Shad, but I just like things sealed for longevity...You cant go wrong with these and as far as I am concerned they are the best out there....Try some...Tight lines...