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Absolutely yes! There are three color combinations that I would expect to really excite the fish to bite. one combination would be clear sleeve with salt and pepper flakes put it on a white pearl tube jig 1.75 in. second combo Black sleeve with a red flake on a sliver hologram 2” tube jig 3rd combo would B a bubblegum pink sleeve on a pearl white 1.75” tube jig! All these combinations would most likely far surpass your flies' capabilities to seduce fish to bite because these unweighted jigs can B filled full of scent coupled with the nice natural feel & scrumptious smell would most likely make U a very smiling happy camper. ! A variety of colors are available in our pan fishing kit. Need more fishing help try our fishing school.
Both kits are equally good, they each have the ability to appeal to all the fishes' sensory systems at once. However, the walleye/trout lures are bigger & a little meatier which appeals more to bigger fish at greater depths! Our panfish system is more appealing to fish that are shallower than normally like smaller lures! I would choose the panfish kit when I am fishing water less than 20 feet & for targeting fish under 2 lbs in size! Nate, even bigger fish will bite small delicious-looking lures! So don’t be surprised to catch very large fish on panfish size lures. ! Once fishing Flaming gorge I caught a 23-pound lake trout on a 2-inch panfish lure. A lot of times fish are looking for something smaller & delicious tasting! They love to bite small lures that look good, taste good, feel good & have good action!
I really like crawfish scent & garlic scent a little better than others ! They seem to work on every fish in any situation ! A good quality scent not only appeals to fish but it also covers up unwanted smells on our hands & lures if they been around unsavory items & flavors ! Am I making sense ? Our hollow body sleeves hold a lot of scent on our lures that slowly leech out making fish want to bite them !
If the fish are biting off the tails on your bait they are telling you they want the bait but it's too big. Listen to the fish and give them a smaller bait. If you are using the bass size go down to the walleye/trout size, if you are using the walleye/trout size go down to the panfish size, if that's to big use the icefish size and if that's not working, stop playing with your food, its time for you to eat lunch and have a nap.
When the water is flat, you can use a smaller jig. When the wind starts to pick up and your boat drifts with the afternoon breeze, you'll need to increase the weight of your jig so you can control the bottom. Try 3/8 to 1/2 ounce jigs in calm water and 3/4 to 1 ounce jigs in deep water of in windy conditions. Some deep jiggers recommend using the same size jig all the time so you develop a feel for the weight sensation. Any deviation from this sensation, could be a fish. Another popular trick is to drape the line coming off you reel over your index finger. You'll feel the pickup on the finger before you'll feel it in the rod.If you have an electric trolling motor, you can sometimes position your boat so it checks the wind. Keep your line vertical--90 degrees to the surface so you can see any twitches signaling a strike. If there is a big bow in your line, you may miss a lot of subtle takes.
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