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Hey guys,

 

I just ordered a couple of new Drege Brush jigs (1/2oz) from Siebert. I'm very excited to use them this spring, I just had a quick question.

 

The colors I got are a bluegill pattern and a white chartuse color. Typically I get colors that will mimic a crawfish, but these are the first ones I have purchased that aren't black/blue or green pumpkin derivative.

 

So how do I fish them?

In attempting to mimic a craw I normally fish them heavy on the bottom, but how would you fish these colors?

 

 

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The same way. Could be deadly on bedding bass or bass protecting fry in close quarters after spawn.  You fish the lure........not the color.  Keep doing what you're doing.

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To build on what Mark said.  Don't be afraid to swim that jig either.

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Well said Mark. Bluegill patterned jigs work well year around, but both the bass spawn and then the sunfish spawn afterwards are better than average times to throw that jig. Swimming, working it on the bottom, and a combination of both will produce. My father-in-law throws a bluegill patterned jig 95% of the time, all year round, and does very well on it. Confidence is key. 

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Excellent help guys thanks.

 

If you've not had the chance, get ya some Siebert jigs. I've had several kinds in the past, but the quality and craftsmanship of the Sieberts are a cut above!

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