Add a Unique Flare to Your Bass Jig
FishBoss.com pro Gary Klein talks about adding a unique flare to a jig to give the fish something to relate to when the jig skirt opens up as it hits bottom or bumps rocks. It's a pretty cool trick for making your own unique jig skirt. Klein is well known for tinkering with lures over the years to fool bass better. You can find these materials at fishingskirts.com or fishboss.com.
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