Bucktail jigs for Stripers

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buddy brown
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Bucktail jigs for Stripers

Postby buddy brown » Tue Dec 05, 2006 5:11 pm

I have had my fun with the Stripers on reaction baits and swimbaits. I know that the bucktail hairjigs work well. Do you drop it down like a spoon or do you swim em?

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Re: Bucktail jigs for Stripers

Postby Darkman » Fri Dec 08, 2006 9:29 am

I have had luck swimming them to tell the truth i swim all of my white jigs and I also tye my own some times that little extra you add help or i just have more confidence either way good luck
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Re: Bucktail jigs for Stripers

Postby DeltaDan » Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:40 pm

These last three outings with no success- I have been usin a 1/2oz with a white tail and swim jigging them once they hit the bottom. --and a top water buzz bait or a pencil pop with a prop.

My sons have been using rattle traps w/o success also so I will keep to being the different drummer until one of us hooks up.

Along time ago- I would make my own spreaders and run a broken back rebel on 18" while trolling and the 3/4oz bucktail some 30-36" behind and 90% of the time the stripers took the jig rather that the rebel.


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