Summer has arrived and its time to catch big bass! If you're not swimming a swinging jig this Summer you're missing the opportunity to catch a bunch of quality bass! The swinging jighead is easy to use and imparts an action unlike any other bait in your arsenal.
Swing heads combine the effectiveness of a crankbait with the big fish catching power of a jig. You get the best of both worlds in a technique that anyone can do. There are some tricks to make your swing heads work their best and Matt breaks them down in detail. From hook modifications to color selection, we'll explain everything you need to know to get on the water and catch bigger bass this Summer.
Below is a breakdown of the jigheads, baits, and equipment for this technique. As mentioned in the video, the jigheads are broken down by hook style from stout to finesse.
Dirty Jigs Pivot Point Football (Superline): http://bit.ly/2jOY1Ns
Strike King Jointed Structure Head (Standard Hook): http://bit.ly/2WjQwpp
Gene Larew Biffle Hard Head (Cutting Point): http://bit.ly/2JkijM0
Eco Pro Tungsten Free Ball (Finesse): http://bit.ly/2EObVfJ
Swagger Tungsten Football Swing Jig: http://bit.ly/2MmBuur
Reaction Innovations Kinky Beaver: http://bit.ly/2XQ1kJ1
Strike King Rage Bug: http://bit.ly/2aAsuiV
Strike King Rage Craw: http://bit.ly/2uoqsLJ
Zoom Z Craw: http://bit.ly/2vW7Jo5
High End Combo...
Rod- Megabass Orochi XX Brailist 7'5": http://bit.ly/2OSVNwH
Reel- Metanium DC HG: http://bit.ly/2qrSZvs
Line- 65 lb Power Pro Maxcuatro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Leader- 17 lb Maxima Ultragreen: http://bit.ly/2ae97J9
Rod- Shimano Zodias 7'2" Medium Heavy: http://bit.ly/2cgmMAe
Reel- Chronarch MGL HG: http://bit.ly/2n8DghB
Line- 50 lb Power Pro Maxcuatro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Leader- 15 lb Maxima Ultragreen: http://bit.ly/2ae97J9