Jigs are one of the best bass baits ever created due to their extreme versatility and ability to match nearly any bass forage. However, white jigs are often overlooked. In this video, Justin explains why a white jig can be a great way to fish shallow water and mimic baitfish.
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Jigs can be fished about as many ways as you can imagine. You can flip them, skip them, drag them, or swim them and you’re bound to catch fish. In this case, Justin is targeting shallow bass feeding on shad so he opts for a white jig. Justin likes to swim this jig around shallow cover like docks, rip rap, and timber. Be sure to use fairly heavy fluorocarbon line (17 – 20lb. test) for this technique so you don’t break off when pulling fish out of sharp cover.
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