What is it?
Outkast’s new Pro Swim Jig (with Outkasts' Spider Grub).
What does it do?
Tempts bass in shallow water with a realistic shad/bluegill/baitfish profile and action.
Why do I need it?
You want to catch fish, don’t you? Then saddle up with some swim jigs.
How do I use it?
There are several ways to swim a jig, with a popular method being the cast and retrieve while “waving” the rod tip up and down.
What sets it apart?
The jig in the photo is dressed with Outkast’s 4-inch Spider Grub, which adds some bulk and a swimming action (plus it’s a good bream imitator as is). This combo casts super far and comes through grass better than a garden snake. Outkast’s Fat Tail Grub is also a bang-up swim jig trailer.
The jigs are $3.49 each, and the Spider Grubs are $4.99 per 8 pack or $46.99 per 100 pack. Weights range from 1/8 to 1/2 ounce.