Strike King® Bitsy Bug® Mini Jig
- Downsized design
- Premium silicone skirts
- Fiber weedguards
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If you mean presentation-wise, it's all up to you. They are just as good as any flippin jig. If you're really worried about snags, texas rig it until you're comfortable.
If you mean performance-wise, yes. Spool up a tough braid or a mono you're comfortable with and you'll see some results. I've flipped craws and worms under docks and had some success.
You can have success with anything anywhere. Just a matter of finding the right presentation and color.
they are not picky fish but if you'd like a better answer.......
if water is very clear or visibility is high....use natural colored lures (crawfish, minnow, etc).
if water is stained and visibility is low, use the more vibrant colored lures (chartreuse, oranges, whites, etc)
I tend to choose a skirt that is natural in appearance when faced with clear water, and will brighten things up when the water is more stained or murky.
Oddball colors certainly have a place in your arsenal. Purple, red, and pink have all hooked fish, so make sure you experiment when out on the water until the bass dictate what they want most.
light colors are a good choice for bright sunny days. Dark colors are best for overcast days or at night.
if so, what is the best trailor to use? And what is the best color to get?
Try the combo and you will never look back.
Many people say to use a trailer that is the same or close to the same color as the jig. But then others say go opposite. IMO, go with a similar color to the jig. I.E., black and blue jig, go with a black or black and blue trailer.