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super  s l o w  falling jig

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Heres a lure combination for you that produces a large profile, slow fall, and super realistic action. Works for me, and should anywhere water is still cold. Terminator 1/8th oz. finnese jig and a yum crawtube. If you are more of a run and gun jig fisherman that enjoys pitching to cover, hopping or swimming a jig in, in may take a minute or two to get used to the light weight and slow fall of this combo.

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I am working on a super slow fall jig right now. The plan is to melt pure solder into a 1/8oz jighead cavity.

Allen

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If you want a slow falling jig.

Try a Bass Stalker 1/8oz with a Zoom Big salty chunk

Now that's a slow fall. Great late winter/ early spring bait

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If a sloooow falling jig is what you're looking for, you'll really like Charlie Brewer's Snagless Slider Head

It's a wafer-head finesse jig available in 1/16, 1/8 & 1/4 oz, and it's weedless.

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Roger

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the problem with a slow falling jig is that it limits the types of trailers you can use. use anything too big or heavy and it'll sink tail first, and thats not the action you want. i like using a light, slow falling jig with a chunk trailer... likely berkley or zoom.

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Nothing beats this check this one out guys. www.soslo.com/

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If you scroll down on the site there is a place to order. It is a cool bait the trailer is made out of a foam material. The company has been out for awhile it isn't a well known company but..I knew about it ;D It's good stuff!

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