Tungsten ice jig head
A1:Tungsten has gained a lot of popularity recently.
Tungsten uses about 50% less space than lead for the same amount of weight.
This means 1-ounce Tungsten Fishing Jigs have a smaller volume, letting it penetrate weeds easier.
This makes your fishing more sensitive since dense material transmits vibrations differently
depending on if you are fishing in mud, rock or wood.
A2:Tungsten alloy fishing sinkers are weights used to force a lure or bait to increase its sink rate ,
anchoring ability, and casting distance.
Tungsten alloy fishing sinkers may be as small as 1/32 of an ounce for applications,
even smaller for fly-fishing applications.
They can get as large as several pounds or considerably more for deep-sea fishing.
They are formed into nearly innumerable shapes for diverse fishing applications.
Unlike lead, environmental concerns do not surround the usage of tungsten alloy fishing weight materials.
A jig is a type of fishing lure that usually consist of a lead sinker with a hook molded into it
and usually covered by a soft body to attract fish.
However, recently, tungsten alloy fishing sinkers are becoming
more and more popular among angles Tungsten alloy fishing sinkers with its high density,
small volume, and environmental friendliness is quickly replacing lead weights.
Jigs are intended to create a jerky, vertical motion,
as opposed to spinner baits that move through the water horizontally.
The jig is very versatile and can be used in both salt water as well as fresh water.
Many species are attracted to the lure that has made it popular amongst anglers for years.
Tungsten alloy fishing sinkers are made by rare metal – tungsten.
It is an ideal substitute of the lead fishing sinker.
Tungsten heavy alloys concentrate maximum weight in the smallest possible space.
They are often used as counterweight in sporting field,
such as balancing, tungsten heavy alloy fishing sinkers, golf weights, etc.
Tungsten alloy fishing sinkers are an ideal, environmentally friendly alternative to lead weights,
which are toxic and increasingly being labeled an environmental hazard.
They are harder than steel and extremely dense,
tungsten being on average 30 percent smaller than its lead counterpart is.
Meanwhile, they are smaller than conventional weights,
create twice the sound of lead weights and maintain their shape for longer.
Tungsten is also used in the production of other fishing applications,
such as tungsten-carbide line cutters and tungsten powder coating for fishing lines.
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