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Bass Pro Shops Tourney Best Bass Jig

   

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Our Bass Pro Shops® Tourney Best Bass Jig features super-hard, chip-proof, color-coordinated heads, an ultra-sharp hook, generous weedguard for heavy cover, and 7 fish-attracting silicone patterns.

Bass Pro Shops® Tourney Best Bass Jig 4.2 5 18 18
Won't win a beauty contest...but they work! Was put off by the lure's look at first. I thought the skirt was rather sparse; of course, it's not my opinion that matters. It's the fish's opinion that counts. Heat spell broke a few weeks ago and bass are moving into shallows morning and dusk to feed. Water's clearing up slowly. Caught 2; one dink and the other was just under 2 pounds. Very nice bass for this highly pressured public lake. I dressed it with a Zoom Tiny Brush Hog. This will be my go-to lure as we progress into fall and early winter. They'll really be getting their feed on over the next 10 weeks in preparation for the deep freeze. I'll start dressing it with a meatier trailer (Brush Hog, Super Hog, big model Berkley Power Hawg) as the weather gets colder. Great lure at a great price. September 20, 2012
Bass Master Awesome and works great.Great buy and u will catch. June 25, 2012
Paint flakes off quickly I bought one of these along with a BooYah pigskin jig (cost twice as much) just to compare. After the first use, the paint on the bottom of the jig head bubbled up and flaked off (did not chip, but actually formed tiny little bubbles of paint that then flaked off). The rest of the paint seems good, but this seems to be a recurring problem with the BPS-brand lures that I purchase from the bargain boat in the center isle: inconsistent quality. The BooYah pigskin jig, on the other hand, is holding up just fine. April 25, 2012
Great Jig Where are you going to find a quality jig for less than $2 - Right Here! January 14, 2012
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for flipping,????

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What would be the best jig for flipping wood and bulrushes and milfoil mats??

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Yes. I tried this jig paired with a small Yum crawfish trailer for flipping, but the paint on the bottom of the jig head formed into tiny little bubbles that flaked off. It can still catch fish, but I won't be buying any more of the BPS brand bass jigs.
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For flipping, I would think at least a 3/8 oz jig. Depends on the cover and what you need to jig to do. Buy a couple of sizes and find out.
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the heaviest model you can get.
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Jig it.I used in log area and the Bass nailed them.Great Colors available.
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These lures are mostly used for flipping and pitching, but you can also work them along the bottom similar to how you would a Texas-rigged worm. The action mimmicks a crawfish swimming.
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A slow crawl with small hops...
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Like a worm on the bottom. Use it for flipping heavy cover or vegetation.
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The best way that works for me in Florida may not be the best way that will work for you in your neck of the woods.

What you can do is start by experimenting with different weights, colors, etc. and then keep a log of which combination works best for you.

You can also add a trailer hook for those short strikers.

You can also add a pork frog, a plastic frog or a short plastic worm for extra appeal.

Good luck, and good fishing!
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You should put a trailer on the hook, my favorite is a 3'' Chigger Craw in a Breen color. Let the bait fall to the bottom [keep an eye on the line] then hop it a little off the bottom then let it go back down. Do that all the way back to the boat or shoreline . If thats not working try to swim it back slowly a little bit off the bottom..
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I favor the Booyah jigs.
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These are both good but I'd have to give the edge to the Booyah because of the color selection.
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I fish a shallow weedy lake in south of Atlanta, any idea what color would be most effective?
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Tough question. So many factors to consider. How shallow? How clear is the water? What forage is in the lake? I say go natural. Pumpkin, green, brown. Red may be an option.
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If it's a clear lake go with a lighter color green or brown, if it's dingy water go with a darker blue or black. But if you REALLY want to have some fun and the weeds aren't all the way to the top of the water buy a Storm Chug Bug in a perch color and you might just have your best day ever..
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