Hardhead - Largemouth Bass
Hardhead - Jumbo Perch
Hardhead - Pumpkinseed
Hardhead - Carpe Diem
Hardhead - White Bass
Hardhead - Walleye
Hardhead - Orange Belly Perch
Hardhead - Canadian Crush
Hardhead - Hot Whitefish
Hardhead - Sucker
Hardhead - Natural Perch
Hardhead - Prism Perch
Hardhead - Prism Walleye
Hardhead - Hot Perch
Hardhead - Prism Chartreuse Perch
Hardhead - Prism Orange Perch
Hardhead - Prism Pike
Hardhead - Prism Black
PHANTOM HARDHEAD · PULLBAIT
$29.99 - $39.99
Available in 3 different sizes.
Available in 12 stock colors.
Available in 5 Live Series patterns (Med).
Two threaded brass receivers for screw-in-weights.
Replacement Tails available.
3/0, 5/0, 7/0 Eagle Claw Hooks (Med, Large, Mag).
1/4 oz., 3/8 oz., 3/4 oz. Weight (Med, Large, Mag).
Individually hand painted, factory tuned and tank tested, the ultra-durable HardHead is our answer to the old school, all soft plastic baits that die after one fish. Given Muskie tend to target the forward half of a bait, ours is built from torture tough, high-impact resin. The replaceable rear soft plastic is connected by a durable .063 diameter through-wire. On the pause, you can count on a tantalizing horizontal fall that will absolutely drive fish crazy. Threaded brass receivers in the head and belly allow you to tweak the fall from a nosedive to a uniform descent. If you are targeting pressured fish, try a slow and straight retrieve which offers a subtle body roll that is sure to call their attention.
The Hardhead can be fished in a variety of ways, however the two most common are: straight retrieve, and long pulls of the rod tip. During a straight retrieve the Hardhead will roll from side to side, while the plastic tail with an embedded hook offers a little something extra for those tail nippers. Fishing the Hardhead with long pulls on the rod tip, while retrieving slack line will create a sweeping swim action that big fish go crazy for. Allow the bait to pause between pulls to increase chances for a monster strike.
The Hardhead features two threaded brass receivers on the underside of the bait. The location of these threaded brass receivers allows you to change the position, and sink rate of the Hardhead. To further customize your Hardhead consider swapping your tail out for a Hardhead Paddle Tail, or a different color Hardhead Blade Tail. No glue is required for the Hardhead tails.
TEAM RHINO OUTDOORS: HARDHEAD MUSKIE
USER CONTENT: HARDHEAD SAVES THE DAY!
PHANTOM LURES: SCREW-IN-WEIGHTS