Westin RoundUp HD Jig Heads 3-Pack



Product Description

A good fisherman is nothing without good accessories – the small things add up to make the big things – and the high quality Westin RoundUp HD jigheads are designed to improve your fishing.

The Westin RoundUp HD jigheads are an excellent match for their plastics like ShadTeez – or any other. They're especially excellent for larger plastics that are heavy enough on their own and don't require a heavy jighead.

While the original RoundUp has an elevated eyelet for stinger, RoundUp HD features an extra eyelet on the bottom as well.

Westin RoundUp HD is available in 5g (0.17oz) -30g (1.06oz) weights that are paired with #6/0 to #10/0 hooks.


The Mustad® hook has a wire dimension kept in perfect balance between strength and elegance and it has a wicked needlepoint that will penetrate even the hardest, bony parts found in the mouth of big predators.

Westin RoundUp HD has its weight (and the Westin logo) molded directly on the ball head for easy recognition.

Westin RoundUp HD Features:

  • Material: Lead
  • Hook: Mustad® 32629 BN
  • Ball head
  • Extra eyelet on the bottom for stinger attachment
  • Keeper system – great grip and less damage
  • Weight & logo molded into the head for easy identification
  • Natural color
  • 3 in a pack

Additional information


0.18oz (5g), 0.35oz (10g), 0.53oz (15g), 0.7oz (20g), 1.05oz (30g)


No. 10/0, No. 6/0, No. 8/0


3 Jig Heads

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  1. Question


    Hi there! Looking to order some Westin tackle! Approximately how long does shipping take door to door, after the time I place an order? I am located in Ontario, near Toronto. Thanks!

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      Admin Tyler

      Hi Nigel,

      Thanks for your question. For in-stock items we make every effort to ship next-day. To Toronto, it shouldn’t take more than 2-3 days to get there. Generally 2.

      Happy fishing!

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