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I don't know a lot about jig fishing.  I pair my jig with a zoom super chunk or super chunk jr everytime i throw a jig.  Am i missing out on a lot of bass by throwing these.  Whats the best trailers for jigs and when should i use em.  

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I use a couple jig trailers!

1. Zoom Lil Critter Craw

2. Zoom Super Chunk Jr

3. GYCB Hula Grub

4. Zoom Super Chunk

5. GYCB Double Tail Grub

I use the first 3 about 90% of the time.  You will get a 100 different answers and choices.  Find a couple you have confidence in and fits the type of jig fishing your doing.  I have used alot more trailers but these 5 are the ones that I have the most confidence in.  

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I have a simple way of doing things when it comes to a jig trailer that are based on the cover being attacked...caution... BR and its members are not responsible for any damaged or injuries that may occur from massive bass when tossing these lures. lol now on to the show.

 

 Super Chunk- heavy cover and/or muddy water- I want a bulky slow falling lure when dealing with these conditions. I want a jig heavy enough to get in the cover but light enough to give the bass a second to react. I use the bait more as a drop lure. Drop it in a hole, shake it and pull it out...repeat.

 Twin Tail Grub-sparse to open cover- The tails give a vibration that helps the fish locate my lure. The fish are able to move around so they will feel its presence and move to it. This trailer is great for lift and drop retrieves and swimming retrieves

Well thats it...haha simple yes but effective.  :)

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I lilke the Paca chunks in the summer, the bass just seem to love the way those claws flap when the water is warm. The rest of the year I use the Yum crawbug.

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i like to keep things simple...99% of the time i fish a jig, there's a zoom super chunk jr. on the back of it.

i use other trailers, as well, but they're mainly for change-up...day in and day out, the old "rabbit ears" out produces them all.

ymmv.

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I also like the Zoom Super Chunk trailers they just seem to look real good in the water.  I also like a brand of hand poured trailers that float and also look real good in the water.

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I lilke the Paca chunks in the summer, the bass just seem to love the way those claws flap when the water is warm. The rest of the year I use the Yum crawbug.

I too like the Paca chunks !  The Zoom Craw is good too. But one trailer you should look at is the new Netbait 3 in. Twin Tall ! This will be a good trailer on my jigs  this year.

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I am like most here, I have tried most all trailers and have stuck with Paca chunk,Paca craw,zoom super chunk, and zoomsuper chunk jr. I will add that the biggest bass Ive ever caught was on a jig with a bigger bites yo-mamma trailer.(I got it at academy)Unfortunatly the yo-mamma  has not produced for me since then.

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Favorite: GYCB Flappin' Hog

Close 2nd: NetBaits Baby Paca Craw

Chunk: Rage Tai Chunk or GYCB Double Tail Grub

Hair jigs: GYCB Fat Baby Craw

8-)

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