Monday, February 19, 2018

TTF Fishing Acquires Jenny's Jigs

TTF Acquires Jenny's Jigs

TTF Fishing is proud to announce that it has acquired Louisiana-based tackle manufacturer Jenny's Jigs.

Founded in 1998 by Bobby and Jenny Woodson, Jenny's Jigs is widely known for their hand-tied crappie hair jigs and their innovative Shiney Hiney shrimp lure (pictured). Jenny's Jigs joins Team Numark, Alameda Tackle Company and Salt Shaker Ventures under the TTF Fishing brand umbrella.

"Jenny's Jigs' innovative products are a perfect compliment to the TTF Fishing lineup of Killer Baits," said Tal Cowan, President of TTF Fishing. "The Shiney Hiney shrimp is a fantastic inshore lure, and we plan to elevate this bait and all the Jenny's Jigs products into the angling spotlight where they belong. You can use the Shiney Hiney head with all your favorite scented and non-scented baits, and it's one of the best sight-fishing lures on the market."

In addition to hand-tied crappie jigs and the renowned Shiney Hiney shrimp lure, Jenny's Jigs offers spinnerbaits, buzz baits and a selection of soft-plastics. You can find Jenny's Jigs products in many independent tackle shops throughout Louisiana.

TTF Fishing plans to release six popping combo packs featuring the Shiney Hiney head and shrimp pre-rigged under a popping cork. The Shiney Hiney head and shrimp will be available in eight different colors in both 1/8- and 1/4-ounce offerings. Six replacement tail colors for use on the Shiney Hiney hand-tied head will also be available in late spring.

Look for the Shiney Hiney to hit retail shelves at Academy and other independent tackle shops in May. For now, you can purchase the full line of Jenny's Jigs products online at

To learn more about the Jenny's Jigs brand and its products, visit:

Shiney Hiney hand-tied head
The Shiney-Hiney hand-tied shrimp head will be available in 8 different colors in both 1/8- and 1/4-ounce sizes.

Hand-tied crappie jigs
Look for the Jenny's Jigs hand-tied crappie jigs on shelves at your favorite retailers this fall.