Flipping jigs are designed to go into the heaviest wood or brush and come out unscathed. Flipping jigs are usually 3/8 to 1 ounce, and have a stout, heavy gauge hook. The ideal head shape should be something compact, preferably with a recessed line tie. The weed guard on a flipping jig should also be a little firmer than other jig types, as it’s got to prevent the jig from hanging up. Rattles are also a big benefit when flipping a jig, and the best models feature an integrated rattle.