More often than not, finesse presentations out fish faster power fishing methods, and they catch plenty of big fish too. FLW Tour and Elite Series pro Stetson Blaylock loves a wacky worm, and goes into detail on pairing your favorite wacky worm on a jig. The wacky jighead rig provides several benefits over a weightless wacky worm, namely it gets the plastic deeper much quicker for mid-depth fish. Enhanced action, simplicity of rigging and snag resistance in rocky areas are other benefits. Stetson covers all of this plus how to fish this system in a range of situations.
Wacky Worming With a Jig: A Beginner's Guide
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