What Is The Best Jig Head For Zman Soft Plastics? [Q&A Session]
What is the best jig head for Zman soft plastics?
Kristian Greeve recently submitted this great question, so I decided to make a video because the ability to properly rig soft plastics is essential for having fish catching success.
The absolute most common reason anglers struggle to get strikes when using soft plastics is that their baits are not swimming properly due to poor rigging and/or rigging the baits on the wrong hooks or jig heads.
But when soft plastics are rigged and used properly, they can be extremely effective in consistently catching quality fish all season long.
Given the unique nature of the material in Zman’s soft plastics, the rigging technique and jig head styles are a bit different than other brands.
This video fully explains the reasoning why I prefer some jig heads over others for rigging and using Zman baits.
And since I rarely use just one brand of soft plastic, I discussed the top jig heads for using Zmans plus the other options like Gulp, DOA, Zoom, etc.
Jig Heads For Zman Soft Plastics
– Jigheadz (the first one with the barbed grip)
Matching the right soft plastic to the right jig head is extremely important for both maximizing your fishing results and maximizing the amount of fish that you can catch per bait.
Different soft plastics react to jig heads differently, so it’s important to pay attention to the details and always strive to find the jig head that matches up best with your soft plastic and your fishing style.
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