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Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips #9231325 08/15/13 04:26 PM
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Hey bass fishing fans, check out the below video to see how to choose the best soft plastic trailer for your bass jig. A jig is a great way to catch late summer largemouth in both shallow and deep water. This time of year I like to flip 3/8 oz to 1/2 oz jigs to standing timber in 8-12 ft, or drag a 3/4 or 1 oz football jig on main lake points, humps and roadbeds in 15-25 ft. On sunny calm days the flipping bite has been best while on windy days the deep structure bite has been the better choice. Make sure to choose the best trailer for your jig when fishing Lake Fork in August and hang on tight! Thanks for watching and for all of the great comments!



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Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9231570 08/15/13 05:37 PM
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good stuff

Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9231666 08/15/13 06:13 PM
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Very Nice Stephen


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Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9232841 08/16/13 01:41 AM
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Cool video... and I have used those jigs and they are legit!!!

Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9233128 08/16/13 03:27 AM
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i let the bass tell me what the best trailer is. i start out with what i think might work, but many times, i will end up with something else. bass can change preferences from day to day. one day a smaller profile craw type trailer might work, and the next day, it takes a long slender trailer to catch them. some guidelines are good, but nothing is ever written in stone about what will catch a bass. never be afraid to change up and experiment.

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Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9234751 08/16/13 08:02 PM
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Thanks for the comments guys!


Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9234785 08/16/13 08:17 PM
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I could not view the video could you post the link

Originally Posted by Stephen Fatherree
Hey bass fishing fans, check out the below video to see how to choose the best soft plastic trailer for your bass jig. A jig is a great way to catch late summer largemouth in both shallow and deep water. This time of year I like to flip 3/8 oz to 1/2 oz jigs to standing timber in 8-12 ft, or drag a 3/4 or 1 oz football jig on main lake points, humps and roadbeds in 15-25 ft. On sunny calm days the flipping bite has been best while on windy days the deep structure bite has been the better choice. Make sure to choose the best trailer for your jig when fishing Lake Fork in August and hang on tight! Thanks for watching and for all of the great comments!



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Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9235132 08/16/13 10:24 PM
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Good info Stephen

Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: Stephen Fatherree] #9235412 08/17/13 01:14 AM
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Thanks for the help. We just started fishing deep that this helps.


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Re: Jig Fishing Tip Video- How to Choose a Jig Trailer - Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips [Re: SP Bassin] #9241839 08/19/13 06:48 PM
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Originally Posted By: SP Bassin
Thanks for the help. We just started fishing deep that this helps.


I really like to use a flapping style trailer with my football jigs out deep. Thanks for watching everyone!


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