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Just some quick footage of the AWESOME new jigs I got from NSCB. Thanks chris! Can't wait to drown the rest of them........

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Cool video! Those are rage craws I assume? Great action on those claws. Is it the jig itself that makes them stand up like that or is it a bouyant soft plastic?

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Cool video! Those are rage craws I assume? Great action on those claws. Is it the jig itself that makes them stand up like that or is it a bouyant soft plastic?

 

That is the jig itself. I can't open up the video at work, but the head on the jig is designed to give the trailer that upright position.

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To open video, press the 'Desktop' at the top and it will go to youtube and you'll be able to watch it.

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Cool video! Those are rage craws I assume? Great action on those claws. Is it the jig itself that makes them stand up like that or is it a bouyant soft plastic?

Nope, the bait is not a rage craw. Its a PowerTeam Lures Diesel Craw. The jig is designed to stand up, but the bait is neutrally buoyant so the claws float up. A rage craw has better action but it desnt float, so the claws won't stand up.

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To open video, press the 'Desktop' at the top and it will go to youtube and you'll be able to watch it.

got it, link fixed.

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Thanks for the insight fellas. How would these jigs perform in mod/heavy weeds and grass? Haven't found one yet that doesn't get fouled up nearly every cast when fishing from shore at my local lakes/ponds.

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Thanks for the insight fellas. How would these jigs perform in mod/heavy weeds and grass? Haven't found one yet that doesn't get fouled up nearly every cast when fishing from shore at my local lakes/ponds.

Some heads are better than others, but that is on of those things that comes with time.

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Great video, I hope to have some success with it once they arrive.

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Thanks for the insight fellas. How would these jigs perform in mod/heavy weeds and grass? Haven't found one yet that doesn't get fouled up nearly every cast when fishing from shore at my local lakes/ponds.

Your going to want to use a swim jig. The Fliping jig uses an alien head design for brush and timber. The head is wider to deflect off cover better.

 

The swim jigs and the flip n swim jigs use a narrow head letting it burn through weeds and grass much eaiser.

 

If you have that pond scum or moss stuff, I haven't found anything that will go through it without getting buggered up.

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Your going to want to use a swim jig. The Fliping jig uses an alien head design for brush and timber. The head is wider to deflect off cover better.

The swim jigs and the flip n swim jigs use a narrow head letting it burn through weeds and grass much eaiser.

If you have that pond scum or moss stuff, I haven't found anything that will go through it without getting buggered up.

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Exactly what I needed to know. Thanks rockchalk

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Exactly what I needed to know. Thanks rockchalk

Yep! No problem

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Thanks for the insight fellas. How would these jigs perform in mod/heavy weeds and grass? Haven't found one yet that doesn't get fouled up nearly every cast when fishing from shore at my local lakes/ponds.

Galloway,

Try downsizing the weight of your jigs. Lighter jigs won't penetrate the weeds as severely and it may help with the fouling. Also, try bulking it up with a trailer that allows the jig to fall slower. I know it seems like we are splitting hairs here, but it will also help the jig to land a bit gentler (is that a word?) and perhaps keep it from digging in.

Rockchalk is right, swim and flip n swim jig types will do a bit better coming through cover. If ordering jigs is an issue, the KVD swim jigs in 1/8 oz could be a great option. It's a light wire hook, so don't throw it with 65lb braid... But it should do!

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Galloway,

Try downsizing the weight of your jigs. Lighter jigs won't penetrate the weeds as severely and it may help with the fouling.

Rockchalk is right, swim and flip n swim jig types will do a bit better coming through cover. If ordering jigs is an issue, the KVD swim jigs in 1/8 oz could be a great option. It's a light wire hook, so don't throw it with 65lb braid... But it should do!

Great thinking. I had been using 3/8 mostly, so going lighter could really help. Sorry for the threadjack

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Great thinking. I had been using 3/8 mostly, so going lighter could really help. Sorry for the threadjack

 

Make sure to post pictures of your grass-dwelling monsters! :eyebrows:

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Make sure to post pictures of your grass-dwelling monsters! :eyebrows:

If I catch any over 3, ill put them in the fishing report forum!

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