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as a companion to best jig color post i thought i would add this.

my current personal fav is the zoom fat albert twin tail

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GYCB Fat Baby Craw

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I'll second that RW.

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I too like the fat albert....but if you want to try something new....cut a zoom brush hog in half (or just use the whole thing) and use the bottom half as the trailer...it works great

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I have started using Joe trailer with my jigs and they work

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cut a zoom brush hog in half (or just use the whole thing) and use the bottom half as the trailer...it works great

:-X SHHHHHHHHHH

I like yum crawbugs, yum chunks, creature baits, and beavers.

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That's a good question, because jigs are frequently referred to without any mention of the trailer,

which is only half a story. My jig-trailers change like the wind, but my favorites right now:

> Yum Crawbug

> Zoom Pro Chunk

> Sizmic Bitsy Craw

Roger

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my favorite is a brush hog. instead of breaking the "arms" at the top of the loop, ill break em off at the bottom and cut alitte in front of them. then i take the wings and cut em down the middle to give it a "craw" appeal

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my favorites are the handpoured ones i make.  i use two main styles, one like a traditional chunk and one like the paca chunk.  when swimming a jig i use yamamoto single tail grubs.  i used to use a lot of single and double tail grubs but have started using the ones i handpour almost exclusively.  if i was gonna buy one i would use the paca chunk and joes trailer chunk.

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Gene Larew Salty Hawg Craws in 6, 5, & 4  8-)

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For swimming jig I usually use a Zoom Fat Albert single tail, or a GYCB single.  Flip/pitch etc., a Zoom Fat Albert twin or a SK Denny Brauer 3X

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I personally prefer Yum crawl bug with a zoom baby brush hog cut in half and shoved up the yums craws outh then i hook it together throught the back and they stay together giveign the yum craw more tentacles and things to draw attention, i also modify the brush hawg buy splithign the sides and takeign half the uper arme off.  TRY IT SEE IF YOU LIKE IT

I ALSO take 2 zoom chunks split 1 14 the chunk and face it on the jig backwards then place a oom chunk the correct way on it it will look like a jig with arms and legs if you think about it.

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Uncle Josh black widow eel. JMHO

Ronnie

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my favorite would be the GYCB fat baby craw. i also like a bait like a case plastics Lil' sweet pea.

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My 2 favorites are Joesjigtrailers or zoom lil critter craws.  Thats about the only 2 I use.

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The Gene Larew salt craws are my go to jig trailer. I will go to a Zoom super chunk jr on a 1 oz. jig for a faster rate of fall, but more often than not, the larew salt craw works well for me.  ;)Ivan

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