What Others Say About Us
Structure Guard™. Fish More. Snag Less.
I remember when Mark handed me this jig with a strange weedguard, and I'll admit I was a little skeptical. I tried it and immediately realized how well the jig came through the heavy wood cover we were fishing. I didn't get hung up one time. After catching a couple fish on it I realized this jig was a game changer. This is the only jig I have used that I can fish aggressively through trees with no worries of burying the hook. I was concerned about how well it would hook a fish, however it hooks fish better than any other jig I have used. The weedguard pivots to the side and it hooks the fish in the top of the jaw almost every time. Once the fish is hooked it stays buttoned because the weedguard pivots back against the jaw of the fish, not allowing it to shake the hook. I especially love this jig because I can let any customer fish it, from beginner to experienced angler. Mark Pack hit a home run with this design. Thanks Mark, for a truly awesome jig!
Awesome stuff – nuff said!
Wow! What a great idea! Because I won't be spending as much time getting un-snagged and then more time re-tying a new jig, these will save me precious time in tournaments and keep my bait in the water longer for more bites. They will also save me money in the long run, since I won't be losing so many. I was also glad to see they didn't waste a great idea with a cheap product. These are made in great colors with good paint and good, strong hooks! Mark Pack and team hit a home run with this design, I can't wait to see what they come out with next!
Latest News on M-Pack Lures
Mark Pack, a former FLW/BASS pro and Lake Fork guide, who started the once successful Lake Fork Tackle Company, is back at it again with his newest venture, M-Pack Lures.
I’ve recently been testing the new M-Pack Lures Flippin Jig. It was designed by Mark Pack and, in my opinion, has been tweaked to perfection.
Here is a quick video, on how to change out a trailer on M-Pack Lures new Structure guard jig.
Mark Pack's guide customer Todd Gray with a 13.25 Lb. bass caught this afternoon on a 3/4oz, PB&J, M-Pack Lures Structure Guard Jig.