Pro bass angler Joseph Webster relies on swim jigs to match local forage and work a range of depths while covering water fast. He provides a basic rundown of his go-to jig color and why a flat or vertical flapping trailer excels in dingy or dirty water.
- SWIM JIG – Berkley PowerBait Swim Jig
Webster trends more natural around the shad spawn, opting for trailers closely resembling the forage. Jig weight is an essential factor too. He explains why a 3/8-ounce is widely accepted as the best shallow-water option and when to use heavier 1/2- and 3/4-ounce jigs.