Vike Skirted Jig Heads consist of a 52 strand skirt that utilizes multiple colour breaks on a single strand. The edges of the weight are polished and the line touches only the smooth machined surfaces.
The jig head is rigged so it slides freely on the leader just above your selection of hook type.
In fresh or shallow salt water, the shape of the head enables fishing to occur horizontally, as in cast and retrieve fishing, basically creating a jig that shields the bait or lure as it enters and exits thick vegetation without becoming snagged, also allowing the hook and jig head to separate when fighting a fish.
Out deep these lures are also deadly on many other bottom dwellers when using standard lift and drop jigging techniques enables the skirt to flutter and flare, presenting a larger, more enticing profile to larger fish.
Or, simply drop it to the bottom, raise it about half a metre, and just stick the rod into in the holder and let the motion of the boat do all the work for you.