3 years ago
mcgraffy
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Fuzz-E-Grub Jig
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If you haven't heard of the Fuzz-E-Grub Jig, you haven't fished. Or maybe, you just haven't heard the name. Fear not: someone (today, that'll be me) will let you know of why this lure is a go-to for so many these days. These can catch a wide range of fish just by altering your fishing grounds, the jig color, and perhaps your casting technique: perch, walleye, small mouth bass, crappies and more. This makes the Fuzz-E-Grub a key component of any tackle box, especially for those who don't care as much what they catch, just that they catch something. The video on the first slide will show you how to fish Lindy's Fuzz-E-Grub. The maribou tail on this moves very naturally in water, and the soft body of the lure gives you a bit longer to set the hook, as the fish will usually take it further into their mouths than other lures. This grub even comes in different sizes, as well as different colors. Check out images #2-4 to see some variations, and image #5 for a nice catch!
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crawfish color is the only one I've used before
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