Taylor Man’s Custom Swim Jigs are designed to simulate baitfish slipping past vegetation, busting through brush, and darting across open water. Taylor Man’s Swim Jigs are available in multiple head colors, three sizes, and a wide range of silicone skirt color patterns. Custom hand-tied skirts are banded with clear silicone rattle collars (with rattles included) and then over-wrapped with stainless steel wire for added security. No one offers a better quality product and back it up with our… 100% NO RISK GUARANTEE
Swim Jig Features:
- Available in 3 sizes: 1/4-, 3/8-, and 1/2-ounce
- Hook Sizes: 1/4- (4/0), 3/8- (4/0), 1/2- (5/0) Gamakatsu on all three sizes.
- Multiple head colors
- Clear silicone rattle collars
Premium Quality Craftsmanship
Each premium Made in USA swim jig is hand painted and finished with Hi-Tech, taxidermy grade custom designed colors that smokescreen into the natural environment. Next, we carefully select specific custom skirt patterns and colors to mimic natural prey. Then, the hardware is engineered with not only the durability and quality Taylor Man’s customers have grown to expect, but also the appearance and motion of baitfish in the water.
Innovation In Design
Taylor Man’s Custom Lures realized a decade ago that cheap, mass-produced baits aren’t what real fishermen want on their line. Why? Because fish are accustomed the same-old mass-produced lure that everyone else is throwing. According to Elite Series Angler Bradley Roy, “Each Taylor Man’s [lure] is hand-crafted from the finest, most durable and most lifelike components available.” What this means to you is that even when you’re in over-fished waters, Taylor Man’s Custom Lures will still get the job done. Make sure to check out our full line of Swim Jigs hand-crafted in the USA!
Swim Jig Uses & Techniques
Docks, water willows and laydowns are the common targets for swim jigs. The swim jig is a great choice to imitate shad running the outskirts of sheltering objects such as docks because of its ability to reach deep into shadowy areas.
When bass hunt shad around hydrilla and milfoil. The swim jig is highly effective for covering water and for making quick casts toward any wakes, boils and busts. Downsizing to a 3/8 ounce jig is necessary for proper presentation.
When bass patrol riprap or rock banks for the shad that feed on clinging algae, a swim jig provides an effective tool for probing the perimeter of rock banks.
Remember, you want something sharp and narrow for maximum penetration, an ideal swim jig trailer would be grubs, paddle tails, or other soft plastics with a lot of action.