Bass Jigs are probably the most common lure among tournament anglers. Largemouth bass love jigs and there are so many different ways you can fish them in so many different types of situations. Bass jigs definitely are a big fish bait as well.
Best Trailers for Bass Jigs
Bass Jig & Crayfish
A bass jig and a crayfish bait is one of the best ways to fish a bass jig. Finding the right combination is key. On some days, they want a bigger crayfish and on others, a smaller more finesse crayfish is the better trailer.
Bass Jig & Chunk Trailer
This is how most anglers would fish with a bass jig. A chunk trailer is very affordable in price and they give the lure a great finishing touch.
Bass Jig & Tube Trailer
This may be one of the most effective ways to fish a bass jig and most anglers would never think of using a tube as a trailer on a bass jig. The slender profile is perfect for adding a finishing touch to a bass jig.
Hop it Along the Bottom
Slowly Crawl it Along the Bottom
Fish the Wood
Fishing a bass jig around wood is one of the most popular ways to fish these baits. You can get these baits into all types of snaggy cover and fish them very effectively.
Skipping Bass Jigs
Bass jigs also skip really well around trees and docks. Find a jig with a flatter head and you’ll get even better skips in tight places. It’s an awesome way to fish a bass jig.
Fishing Around Vegetation
Most anglers think of the bass jig when they think of fishing wood, however, there are so many options for fishing it around vegetation as well. Fish it in the pockets of the weeds or on the edges. Either way, you have a lot of options when fishing jigs around vegetation.
Go Heavy When Using a Bass Jig