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Strike King's Bitsy Flip Jig

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I bought about a dozen of these jigs in Watermelon, Black/Blue, and Black.

For anyone who has used them can you give me some feedback?

Thanks Guys

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Love 'em and so do the smallies.  I use either the strike king 3x tiny chunk or a tiny paca craw.  It's a great finesse jig.  Cheap too!

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I like the bitsy jigs when I'm around smallmouth or the fish are suspended under docks.

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Good cheap jig, not my favorite, but I have seen days where I was glad there were a few in the jig box.  Real good when the bass want a small profile.

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Good cheap jig, not my favorite, but I have seen days where I was glad there were a few in the jig box. Real good when the bass want a small profile.

Unless my memory fails me, that was the jig that pwned on Stonewall in October.

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Good cheap jig, not my favorite, but I have seen days where I was glad there were a few in the jig box. Real good when the bass want a small profile.

Unless my memory fails me, that was the jig that pwned on Stonewall in October.

That was the one.

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out of all the jigs i use this one gets the most strikes. great confindence builder if you are new to jigs. i've caught bass from 4 inches long to 6.5 lbs on these jigs.

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I have used them for years, and think they are great.  I primarily use the variious shades of brown for the crystal clear river, with a yum or zoom craw trailer.  In off color water will use green and the black/blue.  Good Luck

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out of all the jigs i use this one gets the most strikes. great confindence builder if you are new to jigs. i've caught bass from 4 inches long to 6.5 lbs on these jigs.

Agree 100%, they'd make a great starter jig. I don't have smallmouth in majority of the lakes I fish, but theres no worries, these jigs catch largemouths just as well. I work them as I would any other jig.

By the way, what sizes in ounces did you get? Oh, and great color choices .

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out of all the jigs i use this one gets the most strikes. great confindence builder if you are new to jigs. i've caught bass from 4 inches long to 6.5 lbs on these jigs.

Agree 100%, they'd make a great starter jig. I don't have smallmouth in majority of the lakes I fish, but theres no worries, these jigs catch largemouths just as well. I work them as I would any other jig.

By the way, what sizes in ounces did you get? Oh, and great color choices .

I got all 1/4 to start with because i'm a little shakey with the heavier jigs.

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The size I use most often is 5/16oz, I bank fish in small ponds so the water im fishing is typically shallow, I don't need much weight to get down. Although when I believe the fish to be very aggressive, or when im brekaing through thick muck I'll use 3/8 or 1/2oz.

I like the 1/4oz when im fishing in a little deeper water then normal or want a bigger profile jig, as most 5/16oz jigs don't have too big of a profile, although I find this size to work nicely regardless, I don't know, the 5/16 is just my favorite size to throw mostly..

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LOVE EM! use them a lot on the river for smallies but also on ponds and smaller lakes for largies.

All time favorite combo is black and blue with a blue trailer.

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