5 Jig Trailer Options To Help You Catch More Bass

Beaver Style Plastic

This type of soft plastic is usually used by itself for flipping and pitching to cover, but it works great on the back of a jig. These lures do not have aggressive flapping action and are a great choice when fishing cold water or when the fish are inactive, but they will work year round.

This shape of plastics comes in many sizes, and generally, the smaller versions are better for smallmouth and spotted bass simply because they have smaller mouths than largemouth. You’ll get more fish hooked when using the right size jig trailer.

Tyler Brinks
Tyler Brinks is an avid bass angler from Spokane, WA. He works full-time in the fishing industry as a writer and social media marketer and fishes any chance he gets and everywhere he goes.