Taylor Man’s flipping jig

What is it?

Taylor Man’s Living Rubber Flipping jig.

What does it do?

It’s a flipping jig with a touch of living rubber on the bottom to “puff” out when the bait is at rest.

Why do I need it?

To pick apart shallow cover.

How do I use it?

Like you would any flipping jig, toss it out toward a stump, bush or other cover and let it fall vertically like a crawfish. Varying the size and bulk of the trailer will help achieve different fall rates.

What sets it apart?

Each Taylor Man’s jig is hand-crafted using Hi-Tech paint finishes. They’re also made with a heavy-wire Gamakatsu hook designed to take the punishment doled out by hooksets using heavy braid. The hook is protected with a color-matched, heavy fiber weedguard as well. Three head colors are available, black, camo (olive green), and brown. The fine living rubber strands in the skirt pulse in current or with any input. Seventeen skirt colors are available.

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