by David Proudfoot

Jig – The definition of jig depends on the country where you’re located. In the US it’s a noun describing a leadhead which is normally dressed with feathers, deer hair or rubber filament and is used extensively for largemouth bass. In Europe a jig is any lure which is worked in an up and down manner and in particular speed or butterfly jigs.

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