Eco Pro Tungsten is well known for their tungsten weights and innovative terminal tackle items, but now they have jigs. Of course, they are not just any regular jigs - they're tungsten. I have been playing around with a couple different sizes and finally got a chance to fish with them this morning.
For my fishing, I decided to use a 3/16 ounce jig. The cool thing about this jig is the size, the head of the jig is very small because it's tungsten. I trimmed the skirt and weed guard quite a bit and the result was a finesse jig that was still big enough (and heavy enough) to cast on baitcast gear with 15lb test fluorocarbon. I also added a 3" Damiki Air Craw as a trailer and the claws stood it up perfectly.
Check em out, the smaller size allows you to do so much more. I'm looking forward to flipping the 1/2oz size for a finesse flipping approach.