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Scout swim jig wins tourney


Jonn Graham
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That has to give you quite a boost John! You say in one of your blog posts "when it comes to big smallies in the river, the swim jig combined with a swim bait trailer reigns SUPREME!" and I was wondering if you could better describe what you mean or how you rig that. If it's a trade secret, I plan on scheduling some time with you this year at Camp Smallmouth so you can just show me then. I hope to meet you at the Blowout having met your dad at the QCCA show and learning that he and I live in the same small town. Ron

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I personally elect to go a little different. I throw a swimbait and swimjig separately. Just slap a 4 or 5 in. grub on that swimjig mainly to match the tail end of a baitfish.

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Ron, since you were asking about the swimjig/swimbait combination... I can tell you that my son Quinn and I have used that same combination quite a bit and have not only caught smallies on it but have put a serious hurt on quite a few pond LM's as well. I even caught a Sauger on it down at Shabbona last year so it's quite a versatile combination! And as swim baits are dynamite on both saltwater and freshwater bass, there's no wonder it's such a great combination. Colors and tail action are important but we've caught them on a number of Jonn's baits and a number of different colors of Big Hammer swim baits.

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