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Marabou Jigs for Ultralight Fishing Review

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Marabou Jigs for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $1 – $2. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use sizes from 1/80 to 1/8 ounce.

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Product Specifications

When you open a survival kit and see a marabou jig you know that it has to catch fish.  Marabou jigs have been around for a long, long time, and can consistently catch fish when all other methods have failed to produce.  The fish catching action lies in the way that ultralight marabou jigs are designed.  Small jig heads are wrapped in a Chenille body directly in front of a marabou hair tail.  When this combination hits the water, the Chenille body will hold scent for a long time, while the lightweight jig head makes the marabou tail bounce and flow perfectly in the water.  Marabou jigs are one of the few lures that will maintain their action even in the coldest of waters.

Colors Available

Marabou jigs are available in a countless amount of color combinations.  You can find jigs ranging from solid white, black, red, pink, and chartreuse, to any mix of these colors.  Most times you are able to even find color combinations that you would never think could possibly catch fish, and then get them on the water to start cleaning up better than you ever have before.

How To Work Marabou Jigs

Marabou jigs can be worked in a wide variety of methods.  You can either cast the jig out to where you think fish are lying in wait and begin jigging it back to you in a yo-yo up-and-down motion, or start reeling it back to you, keeping tension on the line and letting the light jighead make the marabou tail bounce and weave through the water column.  When all else fails, slow down and fish the jig slower than what you think is humanly possible, then wait for the classic “thump”.

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