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Football jigs are shaped like football for one simple reason, they are less likely to snag on brush. Not exactly the best for fishing grass and other thick vegetation, football jigs are great for hard bottoms, rock, and gravel covered bottoms. Heavy football jigs are great for a fast sinking lure that will stay put on the bottom.
Flipping jigs are made up of four main components — a lead-molded or tungsten head, weed guard, hook and skirt. Although many of these parts look similar when viewed on the tackle store shelves, there are certain variances that will make different flipping jigs fish different than others.
Swim jigs are primarily a shallow water lure, but like so many other fishing techniques it is evolving into a deep water technique as well. Though designed to move slowly and silently, swim jigs project a large profile provoking vicious strikes.
The Jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none type of jig. Finesse jigs are great because you can swim them and pull them along the bottoms. Finesse jigs vary from their counter parts in the fact that they are typically smaller in size, 1/4 ounce to 1/2 ounce even though heavier finesse jigs can be found.
Bladed swim jigs are proven bass-catchers time and time again. When the bite gets tough and other jigs or even more so your traditional lures won't work, bladed swim jigs are often the best choice.