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Straight Braid or braid to leader for jigs?

Straight braid or braid to leader for Jigs?  

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  1. 1. Braid or braid to leader for Jigs?

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I’ve used braid to leader for jig fishing 95% of the time. But the more I read and the more folks I talk to it seems like more people use just straight braid. So I thought I’d ask the fine folks at Bass Resource what their opinions are. If I don’t need to waste the time and energy tying leaders I def don’t want to. 

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I only throw jigs with straight braid in vegetation, and I put a drop of super glue on the knot just in case. 

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Probably really depends on the type of waters you're fishing in. The main lakes I fish are deep reservoirs in California. Some with clearer waters. Braid to leader is how I fish jigs 99.9% of the time. The other .01%, I fish straight braid when I go to the Cal Delta. 

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31 minutes ago, PourMyOwn said:

I only throw jigs with straight braid in vegetation, and I put a drop of super glue on the knot just in case. 

I second that motion !!!!

Clearwater I would use mono or flouro.

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Straight braid all the time...........

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As Snoop Dogg would say: Straight braid homie

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