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Blakemore Slab Daddy Jig Review

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Blakemore Slab Daddy Jigs for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is $4 per pack of 4. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use the 1/32, 1/16, and 1/8 ounce sizes.

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Product Specifications

When you want to catch a boat load of slab crappies, it is hard to beat a Blakemore Slab Daddy’s crappie jig.  Wally Marshall, the original Mr. Crappie, helped design the super-finesse Slab Daddy’s and put in his years of knowledge and expertise to ensure a solid lure was produced that is both durable, and proven to catch fish.  The tail feathers help give the jig a realistic profile while the thick body helps slow down their fall and hold scent.  The high quality gold hooks are super-sharp and help easily penetrate the fish’s mouth without causing a large hole that gives them a chance to get free.

Colors Available

The Blakemore Slab Daddy’s ultralight jigs are available in 12 main, proven fish catching color combinations.  Each combination includes either a solid white jig head and tail, chartreuse jig head, or red jig head.  Secondary colors that are available feature black, blue, orange, bright pink, neon green, white, and olive.

How To Work Blakemore Slab Daddy’s Crappie Jigs

You can work the Blakemore Slab Daddy’s ultralight jigs in a wide range of styles and presentations.  If you are wanting to fish deep docks you can cast it out, and begin shooting it back to you until you feel the classic “thump”.  You can also position yourself directly over an underwater brush or rock pile and start vertical jigging the lure up and down to entice a strike.  When all else is failing you can either cast and retrieve the lure, or set your boat to a nice pace and begin trolling the jighead behind you as you travel from spot to spot.

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