Spro Bucktail Jigs: How To Rig Them & Where To Use Them
Here’s a fun fact: in World War 2, each soldier in the U.S. Navy got a white bucktail jig and a handline.
Bucktail jigs have been around a long time and they’re proven to catch fish.
Everything from redfish, seatrout, snook, flounder, and tarpon will hit them.
And in this video, I’m going to give you a rundown of the Spro bucktail jigs, including:
- Where to use them
- How to rig them
- And a certain feature I especially like about them when using trailers
Check it out below!
Spro Bucktail Jig Review [VIDEO]
I typically use bucktails in deeper water around:
That’s not to say I won’t use them on the flats, but I just use them more in deeper water.
And my favorite way to rig them is with a trailer, especially a lure that makes a lot of vibration in the water, like a paddletail.
Which leads us to one of my favorite parts of the Spro bucktail jigs: the keeper.
They have a single wire keeper that does a great job of keeping soft plastics in place, especially Z-Man lures.
Just slide the lure up over the keeper, then pull it back to get it snug on there.
Also, when you rig these jigs with a trailer, that makes the hair flair out even more, which can give it better action under the water.
Bucktail jigs can catch just about every species of fish.
I prefer to use them in deeper water around structure rigged with a paddletail as a trailer.
You can get the Spro bucktail jigs from our shop here:
Have any questions about these jigs?
Have you used them before?
Let me know down in the comments!
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