This motion simulates the movement of a fish swimming in the water, and it is this motion that attracts fish. Jigs come in a variety of colors and sizes, and each type of jig is designed to be used for a specific type of fishing.
The weight of the jig is what makes it sink, and the shape of the head determines how it moves through the water. Jigs are often combined with soft plastics or live bait to create a more lifelike presentation.
They’re used to catch all sorts of fish, including bass, trout, salmon, and walleye. Some jigs have skirts or feathers attached to them to make them more attractive to fish. Others have rattles inside them to make more noise and attract fish.
This action simulates a small fish or shrimp trying to escape from a predator, and it often triggers a strike from larger fish. Jigs are available in many different colors and sizes, and they can be used to fish for almost any type of gamefish.
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