Finesse Jigs, Swim Jigs, Flippin Jigs, Pitchin Jigs, Casting Jigs, and more! What are all these jigs for? Do we need them all? Is one better than another? What about jig trailers and colors?

Matt teaches how to fish a jig in a way that anyone can understand. Whether you’ve never thrown a jig, you’re looking to hone your technique, or want to know a few tricks that will help you catch more bass, this video is for you!

Jig Styles…
Finesse Jig:
Pitchin’ Jig:
Finesse Football:
Skirted Football:
Casting Jig:
Flippin’ Jig:
No Jack Flippin Jig:
Swim Jig:
California Swim Jig:

Jig Trailers…
Sweet Beaver:
Yamamoto Double Tail Grub:
Netbait Paca Chunk:
Netbait Paca Slim Craw:
Rage Baby Menace:
Rage Chunk:
Rage Bug:

Preferred Trailer Colors…
Green Pumpkin/Black Flake
Watermelon/Red Flake

Jig Colors…
Go To
Molting Craw
Supermat Brown
Norcal Craw

Finesse Jig Combo…
Rod- 7’2″ Zodias Medium:
Reel- Curado 70 7:1 Ratio:
Line- Sufix 832 Braid 30 lb:
Leader- Maxima Ultragreen 12 lb:

Pitchin/Football Jig Combo…
Rod- Dobyns 784 Champion Extreme:
Reel- Chronarch MGL 7:1 ratio:
Line- Sufix 832 Braid 50 lb:
Leader- Maxima Ultragreen 15-20 lb:

Heavy Pitchin’/Flippin Combo…
Rod- Expride 7’6″ Heavy:
Reel- Metanium MGL 7:1 Gear Ratio:
Line- Sufix 832 Braid 65 lb:
Leader- 20-25 lb Maxima Ultragreen:

Budget All-Around Jig Combo…
Rod- Exage 7’2″ Medium Heavy:
Reel- Casitas 150:
Line- 15 lb AbrazX Fluorocarbon:


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