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Ripping Jig Worms Through Grass for Bass

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A ribbon tail worm rigged exposed hook on a jig is an oldy that continues to produce big time. Think of it as an exposed shaky head, only instead of working on the bottom, your goal is to get the jig worm hung in grass, then trigger bites by ripping it free. Multispecies pro Mark Courts gives a great lesson on this old school tactic that’ll often outproduce skirted jigs, Texas Rigs and wacky systems.

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