Curly Tail Grubs



Grubs are probably known more for catching smallmouth bass, but they can also be very effective for largemouth bass.  Whether you choose to vertically jig them, hop them along or swim them, you have several options for catching largemouth bass.


Popular Techniques


Swim Them

Swimming them is a very popular technique for smallmouth bass and it will work well for largemouth bass as well.  For largemouth bass though, you may want to pick the peak feeding times because more bass will be active and willing to chase a bait.


Hop Them Along the Bottom

You can hop a grub along the bottom just like you would do when fishing for smallmouth bass and it can be effective for largemouth bass.  Pick a rocky bottom or an area where you can fish it close to cover without getting hung up.


See Them Under Water


Bass Jig & Curly Tail Grub

It is tough to beat a bass jig and grub as a trailer.  Flip it, pitch it, hop it or swim it.


Carolina Rig


Jighead

A simple jighead is a great way to fish a curly tail grub.  The 4 to 5 inch grubs are very popular for largemouth bass and they work great on a regular jighead.  If you use the jigheads that have a longer shank, you will get better hookups, but you don’t need a fancy rig to catch bass with a grub.


Jighead (Longer Shank)


Drop Shot Rig


Standup Jighead


Scrounger Jighead


Swimbait Hook

How To Rig Curly Tail Grubs


Carolina Rig


Nose Hook


Jighead


Jighead (Longer Shank)


Scrounger Jighead


Standup Jighead