Bass Pro Shops® Marabou Crappie Jig
The marabou tail on our classic Marabou Crappie Jigs provides the ultimate, crappie-catching action with just the slightest movement of your rod tip. The Marabou Crappie Jigs' heads feature durable paint with eyes for extra realism. Available in the most popular colors, these classic crappie catchers come 10 per pack.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 41 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by swindaddy from St. Joseph Mo. a great multi-species lure Back in the day, before the mass explosion of soft plastic jig baits, marabou jigs were all I fished on the old ultra-light. 1/16 oz or 1/32oz in chartreuse, yellow or white w/ pink head. They caught fish from Minnesota down to the local pond and everywhere in between. My gramps and I used to troll for white bass on Stockton lake and there was always at least one rod that had on a 1/16 or a 1/8oz jig. Useing these were like money in the bank, there that good. September 12, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by bamapreston Marabou & Flashabou Jigs The marabou or the flashabou jigs are the best crappie jigs for the money on the market. I have caught several 2 1/2 to 3 lb crappie on them and they hold up very well. I have encountered some unraveling, but for the most part this doesn't happen until I have caught 50 or more crappie with it. You can pay more if you want but my money lies with the marabou jig. January 23, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by jroc For Northern Walleye Too These jigs also work amazingly well for Northern Ontario walleye, especially in the spring months when they're congregated in shallow areas. A yellow 1/8th maraou, tipped with a small minnow, was consistantly the most productive jig this spring, out doing the regular assortment of bucktails and grubs. November 22, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by brok21 Good for trout I began using these jigs ice fishing for trout and they work incredibly well when you jig them off the bottom. I have also found that the smaller size jigs, 1/16 or smaller, work very well for larger brown trout in bigger streams and rivers. I use a spinning rod and fish them through holes and runs much like I would a spinner, jigging them across the current. They produce good action in flowing water, but they do have a tendancy to fall apart after 5 or 6 good strikes. November 7, 2006
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Details:One day while fishing on the Chatahoochee River here in Georgia, I found this little jig. I never used it because I didn't know what it would catch. What can this catch and do you just work this like a regular jig?
A:that little wonder jig will tend to catch small mouth, crappie, even blue gill. I definatly recomend the green color though. that gets the best results for me. as far as how to use it that depends on whats bitting and where you are. I like to start with a standard jiging motion than move to bouncing it on the bottom and finally a steady slow retrive. just play with it till you find what works for you.
A:I like a 1/8 oz. black marabou jig , you can use any color you want as long as it's black, 6 pound test line and an ultra lite rod. I would fish moving water over rocky areas and sea walls.Work the jig kinda fast at first just swimming it over the rocks , then slowing it down bouncing off the rocks. If casting toward shore start working your jig right away so it won't settle in the rocks.Good Luck and remember if you're not losing jigs you,re not fishing in the right spots.
A:They will catch about any fish......even the big ones, cast em and jerk um think of them as a minnow ........try it
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A:this a very verstile jig. it can be fished in many different patterns. you can twitch along the bottom. you can vertically jig it when you are over top of fish. you can simply cast it and reel it in. it is capable of catchin crappies, bass, sunnies, pickeral, perch, and walleye. bear in mind though it is more on the finese side of the spectrum for bass and walleye so it is not a lure you should be specifcally targetin those fish with unless all else fails. it has a small profile so it may not work as well as a texas rigged worm on most ocassions. however it is a decent ice jig
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