Jigs comprise one of the most diverse lure families in bass fishing. And while a good many models are made for big, bold displays, there’s plenty of room for dialed-down “finesse” presentations.
The warm season sees its share of finesse scenarios, but when winter has the fish leaning to the lethargic side, a slimmer profile with a less bulky display is often just the ticket.
Bassmaster Elite pro Kevin Hawk points out that a lot of bass are relating to rock this time of year for warmth, but they also find crawfish meals scooting throughout the hard stuff. Jigs do a good …read more
Via:: Patriot Outdoor News