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Finesse Jig With Rage Craw (Perfect Pair)

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Hello yall,

 

Just a very simple question about this (match made in heaven) paired jig with its trailer... 

Should I move the craw trailer a bit more up?

 

Thanks in advance,

Martin Sierra

 

 

If anyone is wondering, its a 1/4oz Stanley Finesse Jig in Watermelon Orange color, paired with a 3in Strike King Baby Rage Craw in Bama Bass color.

 

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I'd shorten it up a bit. Maybe cut off the end of the trailer at the next notch up.  That way, it will look like this in the water:

 

 

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I would shorten it up too. When I'm using a Baby Rage Craw as a trailer on a finesse jig I always bite off the first segment or 2 before threading it on the jig.

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I started using the menace grub on my finesse jig. Seems to pair up nicely and just trimmed maybe .5” off

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Depends on what size profile you want? Personally I think that is fine and would trim it up after a few fish tear up the trailer some so it holds. As long as the trailer action isn't hindered by the jig skirt they are fine IMO.

 

Allen

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