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In our first lure-centric article of 2018, we will probably ruffle some feathers as we explore a topic that ranks near the top of asked questions of our Fishermen’s Heaven customer service staff, especially from those anglers looking to take their bass fishing to the next level. That question; “Why are there so many %$#@!%^&*@#, (you fill in the blank) different types of jigs and do I really need all of them in every weight and color?” As a fishing tackle retailer, we would love to tell you a simple, YES, but as fishermen also, we know better. What we can tell you is the one mistake we do consistently see with all fishermen, from weekend novices to touring pros, when thinking of fishing with a jig, is the misnomer that just one style can cover all their needs. With today’s myriad of jig style options available, and seemingly just as diverse an array of structure and cover options to fish them in and around, you as a fisherman no longer need to be “lost” when trying to pick.
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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2018, 10:25:52 PM »

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