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ERC Jig-A-Beast Swim Jig
ERC's Jig-A-Beast Swim Jig offers the ultimate in versatility. Ranging from traditional lift jigging to straight burning, the Jig-A-Beast is extremely effective using virtually any tactic. Outfitted with a heavy-duty weedguard, painted head and a durable swim shad trailer, the Jig-A-Beast sports a seductively flowing skirt that produces a plump profile and a tantalizing target few beasts can resist.
Jig-A-Best Swim Jig Fishing Tip: Cast a Jig-A-Beast out and count down to your desired depth with a controlled drop. Retrieve at your desired speed working in an occasional pause allowing the Jig-A-Beast to dive; this subtle action often triggers the strike. Also, consider occasional lifts of the rod tip throughout the retrieve thus varying the depth and speed. After a final pause near the boat, quickly bring the lure up while going into your wide figure 8.
Rated 2 out of
Huge dissappointment so farI never knew this jig was this big picture doesn't show it like that and the colors I got were different from pictured mine looks like 4TH of July red white and blue.
But I haven't fished it yet but some how I don't think a fish would like it
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 5 out of
Great purchaseI was fishing for some Muskie in lake Ontario it was in the fall when I hooked up to a massive 53 inch Muskie this lure performs well with a money minnow trailer
Date published: 2011-06-20
Rated 5 out of
A beast of a Jig!!!!Wow....Fishing for some early season gators in shallow weeds when BAM!!! My biggest pike ever, caught on the jig a beast...I prefer the white on white, Catch em' by bouncing the jig off the bottom and remember to hold on!!
ERC Jig-A-Beast Swim Jig, what's the length of just the rubber shad and what's the overall length? Thanks
Asked by: GordonBordon
I got 5 inchers
Answered by: Bunkie99
Date published: 2017-06-02
Whats the best color for summer time?
Asked by: Bassnboy
Each fishing location will be different; even each trip to the same area might have different results so there isn’t really a “Best” color to use when fishing. One color may work better one time but not as well the next time you fish. So, when selecting a lure color take a look at your surrounds (landscape and wildlife) to determine the color of lure to use. If the water is dark and murky (or stained) use bright and/or fluorescent colors that can draw the fish’s attention to the lure. If the water is clear, look around if the area and use colors which blend with the surrounds. If the area is rocky use a brown, tan, or a similar color. If there is grass and weeds then use more of the green colors. Each location will be different so try a good range of colors. Thank you for your question.