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Lure Recipe: How To Make Bluegill Jigs With Craft Fur

Bluegill jigs are not widely talked about. In the world of freshwater fishing, jigs are typically synonymous with the catching of other game fish. Jigging for crappie, snap jigging for walleye, dragging jigs for bass… these techniques are all well known and all incredibly popular! But how often do you see anglers targeting bluegill using

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How To Make Black And Chartreuse Marabou Jigs [Lure Recipe]

Over 65 years ago, the first marabou jigs took the world by storm. Inspired by the marabou streamers fly fishermen used to catch trout, jig makers in the 1950s began tying marabou feathers onto traditional lead head jigs. These “marabou jigs” flowed gently underwater with the lightest of current, offering an extremely natural presentation to

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Lure Recipe: How To Make Sunrise Twitching Jigs

When you think of salmon fishing, you probably aren’t thinking about twitching jigs. In fact, you’re probably thinking about spoons, spinners, jointed jerkbaits, and other well known baits that are widely associated with salmon fishing. But to those in the know, twitching jigs are a deadly bait for catching big bruiser salmon! If you’re not

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