Wired2Fish intern and accomplished high school angler Kobie Koenig relies on jigs to catch bass pretty much everywhere and believes fall rate have a big impact on success. Kobie discusses why and how he reduces jig fall rates by changing or modifying trailers instead of retying on a different jig altogether.
High skies and flat calm summer conditions usually push bass deeper while making them more lethargic and unwilling to chase. A lighter head size coupled with a hi-resistance trailer reduces fall rate and forces you to slow down. This, in turn, keeps the jig in the bite window longer and coaxes bites.
- Terminator Pro Series Jig
- YUM Christie Craw
- 13 Fishing Envy Black 2 Casting Rod
- 13 Fishing Concept "C" Casting Reel
- Sufix Invisline Castable Fluorocarbon
- Lowrance Elite-9 Ti2 Fishfinder/Chartplotter
- Lund Boats Pro-V Bass 1875
- Minn Kota Talon Shallow Water Anchor
- Minn Kota Ultrex Trolling Motor
- Costa Del Mar Whitetip Sunglasses
- Wired2Fish Mesh Back Hat Red