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Strike King Bitsy Bug Jig Review

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Strike King Bitsy Bug Jig for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

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

– For ultralight fishing, use the 1/16, 1/8, and 3/16 ounce sizes.

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Product Specifications

Ultralight skirted jigs come few and far in between, but when a high quality skirted jig comes out on the market ultralight anglers tend to take notice.  That is exactly what happened with Strike King’s Bitsy Bug skirted jighead.  Each jighead features a high quality downsized silicone skirt, with a super sharp light wire hook and light weed guard.  This all adds up to help you bag some of the biggest smallmouth, largemouth, and even slab panfish and crappie that you’ve ever felt on ultralight line.

Colors Available

Strike King’s Bitsy Bug skirted jigs come in 6 main flavors, depending on what type of forage the gamefish are feeding on each day.  The most popular colors are the standard Black/Blue, and Watermelon.  Other colors that are proven to catch fish range from the Green and Cajun Crawfish, Pumpkin Crawdad, and the Camo color.  When you’re fishing in murky, stained, tanned, or dirty waters you will want to go with the brighter colors, or the Black/Blue combo that puts off a larger silhouette.  In clear waters the natural Crawdad colors are perfect imitations.

How To Work Strike King Bitsy Bug Jigs

Strike King’s Bitsy Bug jigs can be hopped back to you or swam back, depending on what the fish are looking for and what type of trailer you are using.  When you’re fishing it with a craw type trailer you will want to hop it back to you.  If you’re planning on using a swimming trailer you can swim it just above the bottom of the lake, stream, or pond, or just underneath the water’s surface to entice aggressive strikes.

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