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How Different Trailer Profiles Change Your Jigs

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The question is not whether to use a trailer or not, but what trailer should you use. As important as selecting a jig is, Greg Vinson considers the jig only a vehicle to deliver the chosen trailer and skirt color. Of course rate of fall is a big deal with jigs but once you’ve selected the right weight, profile and action become most important.

In this video Greg shares when he switches trailers and why and what types of trailers effect jigs in different ways. Simply put, a trailer can change everything your jig has to offer from action and vibration to rate of fall and finesse.