Small mojos weigh in at 6 or eight ounces, and in deep water a 32-ounce head is not unusual. The lead head is dressed with a nylon skirt, affixed to the neck of the jig with the long fibers pointing forward, parachute style. When deployed, the fibers fold back over the body of the jig to expose the head and veil the body. As a rule, a large paddle-tail plastic swimbait is threaded on the jig hook. Colors range from chartreuse to natural tones such as shad.