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Hey guys what jig should I use for little bass in a shallow lake with lots of weeds? The bottom is muddy. I need the weight, col

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  • Hey guys what jig should I use for little bass in a shallow lake with lots of weeds? The bottom is muddy. I need the weight, col

    Hey guys what jig should I use for little bass in a shallow lake with lots of weeds? The bottom is muddy. I need the weight, color, and trailer.

  • #2
    try a football jig with a craw trailer. about a quarter to a half ounce and the color will depend on the color of the water and light conditions. if the water is muddy, go with black, etc...

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    • #3
      little bass i'd go with an 1/8 ounce ball jig head with a little twister, black is a consistent producer not to mention one of the best "viewable" colors also have a white twister another high visablility, and if they are looking but not hitting, try tipping it with a meal worm, or you can just use the 1/8 ounce ball jig with a small shiner

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      • #4
        depending on how shallow you can use a 1/16 or maybe even 1/32 the longer the fall the better it generally works

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        • #5
          I would stay away from the football head because of all the weeds. Try a strike king bitsy bug in black blue, with any type of craw imitator matching the color. Also try green pumpkin with similar color trailor.

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          • #6
            Yeah, not a football jig, they come through weeds terribly. I throw the Booyah Boo Jig a lot, it comes though weeds nicely. I would use a 1/4 ounce and some sort of craw as a trailer. I like the Craw Papi by Yum.

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