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I don't throw a jig that often.  I bought a few Seibert Outdoor Jigs a while back, but I can't remember which 'model' I bought.  I really liked them a lot and want to put a new order in for more.  I wish the descriptions of each model of jig on the website was a little more specific.  Maybe some people can help me out with their favorite 'model' seibert jig and what makes it different from other seibert jig models?  Are there really 10 different models?  Fogy, Extreme, Storm, Mata, Grid-iron, supreme, etc..?  I'm looking for a very versatile jig that's can be pitched to laydowns, dock-pilings, and used for steeper rocky drop-offs, grassline edges (no football head, no swim head).  The brush style design for the head is my favorite.  It seems the most versatile for someone who doesn't throw a jig that often.  Thanks.

 

I don't need an explanation of the different head types - just an idea of which MODEL to buy - thanks

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PM Mike at Seibert he will tell you what jig you have.

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Dredge Dock Rocker is my favorite.  Best jig I've ever used, very universal....I use it in all the scenarios you listed, many times on the same lake on the same day.  

He has several head styles and then different hook and/or skirt options available for most, thats why there are so many options ;).  Just as an example, the Dredge series is just the Deep Throat hook option for each head.  

 

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It's hard to beat the Dredge Brush Head jig. Versatility is it's strong suit. I'd go with some more of those.

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Dredge brush head or dredge dock rocker

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Are the Dredge fans using that hook shape for chunk type trailers that are NOT threaded up to the keeper / skirt & head?   I thought that was the main benefit of the dredge is that the chunk stays aligned and fully extended.  I typically thread my trailer all the way up to the keeper (but what do I know - it's def. not a strength)

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52 minutes ago, n8cas4 said:

Are the Dredge fans using that hook shape for chunk type trailers that are NOT threaded up to the keeper / skirt & head?   I thought that was the main benefit of the dredge is that the chunk stays aligned and fully extended.  I typically thread my trailer all the way up to the keeper (but what do I know - it's def. not a strength)

I do like using the old #11 UJ Pork quite a bit and the hook is good at keeping it in line, but I thread on plastic trailers just as often.  Maybe it's just me, but I feel like that bend keeps a threaded-on trailer in place a little better too.  A big percentage of my jig fishing is skipping docks (with threaded trailers) and it seems like I do less trailer adjusting/replacing since switching to this head.  No scientific evidence or anything, just what I see on the water ;).  

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sounds like you want the brush or the dock rocker...or some of both. The brush is my favorite too. The dredge hook is killer (I thread trailers too...not that hard, and I also think trailers stay on a little better)...but if I'm going to buy a bunch, I just get the supreme version, which is most certainly no slouch itself.

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22 hours ago, doyle8218 said:

PM Mike at Seibert he will tell you what jig you have.

I think he's on vacation.  The website says closed to May 22nd. 

 

So, are the main differences between the 'models' hook brand and skirt strands? 

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Brush jigs are pretty much all I use. If I fished a lot of rocks I'd do football jigs but I don't.

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Another vote for the dredge jigs

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