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This has been my #1 producer all year. North Star Black Series Brown Craw. Its the one on the left

 

The best jig is going to get a 1000 different votes. I stick with NS as I love the quality and have always been treated well by Chris.

 

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The best jig? The one you have the most confidence in! There's not one jig that is so far above the rest.  The company I picked to use drew me to them because they use great hooks, they don't paint their line tie so it doesn't fray the line, and I have great confidence in the colors they make.

 

I used to tie my own, but for lakes I found myself wanting more options. I started using California Reservoir Lures. Be careful though, they're addicting cause there's so many good looking colors.

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Don't believe there is a best, the object being to catch fish, not to have them last forever.  I have used a number of different bass jigs and trailers, don't feel any 1 brand of either product has produced more fish than another.

Bucktails might be my #1 saltwater bait (I use them in fresh too), my catch rate is probably about the same regardless of maybe a dozen or more different brands and styles.

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I have a local guy that makes jigs so I buy from him. Quality products, options, local money and service. Do not know if they are the best but I have confidence in them.

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What is the best jig in your opinon?

The one on the end of my rod & no you can't use it!

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What is the best jig in your opinon?

The one on the end of my rod & no you can't use it!

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You find a jig that works for you with quality workmanship at a price that you feel is worthy, and that becomes your favorite jig.  I started purchasing jigs from Mike Siebert a few years ago and I always liked the quality for the price.  Plus, he was in my general region and I hoped I was helping him to make a successful business.  Now, Mike is a sponsor here and quite a few people like his jigs.  He has also never stopped working to improve the quality of his offerings.  I see the same thing with NorthStar.  I'm sure there are quite a few other jig companies producing a great product as well. 

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Siebert Outdoors Blind Date or Elite are my favorites.  You can fish them any way imagineable.  Come through cover well.  And the prices for the Blind Date jigs are awesome, so your day isn't ruined if you do get one hung up.

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I like Strike King.  I tend to lose a lot of jigs and SK doesn't break the bank.

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all kinds i love them all... but for some reason the bass really like the booyahhhh jigs in the casting model at ponds , ill give what they want.. at the lake they like footballs so i give em footballs..

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I use several brands....

 

I prefer rattling jigs, and not all brands have rattles.   Skinny Bear is an excellent jig, but they don't have rattles.   I know that I can add my own rattles, but I don't really want to do that unless I have to.

 

I use All Terrain jigs the most...with rattles.   They make excellent grass jigs that come through grass better than others.  All Terrain also makes other types of jigs besides the grass jigs.  Excellent colors.

 

I also like the TNT baits Wadda jigs.   Again, no rattles here.

 

OutKast is an excellent brand with a number of different types, such as a swimming jig, flipping jig, etc.  Excellent color choices.   Some have rattles.

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For 90% of my jig fishing I use my own jigs. Special application jigs I use NuJigs in brush and Scroungers* for swim jigs. Any jig is only as good as the hook used, always use jigs with high quality premium hooks.

Tom

* make my own Scroungers from the original (change the hook) and they are hard to find today.

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The one they are eating that day is the best jig in my opinion.

 

It is your goal to select the correct one out of the hundreds on the market.

 

Good luck.

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I really like northstar, siebert and dirty jigs. The quality and performance is spectacular with these 3. Siebert has a good quality jig and price with unmatched customer service. Northstar has a very high quality jig and some of the best components out there but the downside is turnaround time on orders. Dirty jigs has some of the best colors and hooks but the down side is price. These are my top 3 though there are other jigs that will work and produce fish.

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I like Strike King because they are fairly well made and inexpensive.  A local tackle shop also sells a brand obviously made by a mom and pop outfit and they are pretty cheap too so I snap those up.

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The only ones i have used so far is bass patrol. They are fantastic. $2.00 and some change and they catch fish. However I would like to try these siebert outdoors jigs. I hear alot of great things about them! 

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I like Dirty Jigs.  They are the best to order from TW and that is where I get all of my tackle.  

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This one, but you have to turn in your man card to use it.

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WOW looks like something you would purchase at a tackle shop in Amsterdam?!?! :eyebrows:  

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The best jig is just that...your opinion ;)

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An Irish jig. 

 

Actually, A chigger craw (with or without a skirt) texas-rigged.

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Siebert jigs are top notch in my book.

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Siebert jigs are top notch in my book.

Agreed.....

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