Hair Jigs (Feather Jigs)


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Hair jigs, also called feather jigs, are very popular for a variety of fish.  Most of the smaller jigs work well for several types of panfish such as crappie, perch, bluegill and other sunfish.  Bigger fish such as largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, walleye and northern pike are targeted with the bigger hair jigs.  Any type of hair jig that resembles a bait fish has a chance to get eaten by any type of fish that feeds on other fish, so there are a number of species that we haven’t listed that can also be caught with a hair jig.


Tackle Recommendations


Rod, Reel & Line

Hair Jigs are usually used on spinning gear with light line.  Fish them under a bobber, on a drop shot rig or by themself and you’ll be able to catch just about any fish that will eat a minnow.  With the heavier hair jigs, anglers do use heavy line and they target game fish such as bass, northern pike and muskie.


Best Fishing Techniques


Vertical Jigging

Drop Shotting

Still Fishing deeper or on a bobber


What Eats Them


Walleye

Largemouth Bass

Smallmouth Bass

Spotted Bass

Many other fish will eat a hair jig as well.


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