i've been thinking about what really makes a swimjig different than a regular one?
Swim jigs have a conical shaped head with the line tie at the nose of the jig head--so they can be swam through grass without catching as much debris. The heavier swim jigs with stouter hooks are also great for flipping. They also crawl and gently glide off the bottom also, but with the line tie in front, there is increased risk for line abrasion on rocky bottom surfaces.
Clearer water, I'll go single tail boot tail grub shad and blue gill colors
Muddier water, I'll want to displace more water--flapping craw black/blue/Okeechobee