Heavy Duty Swim JigWhile swimming a jig is one of the most-productive presentations for targeting extremely shallow-water, you can fish a Heavy Duty
Heavy Duty Swim Jig
While swimming a jig is one of the most-productive presentations for targeting extremely shallow-water, you can fish a Heavy DutySwim Jig at any speed, in any depth, in any type of cover.
“It’s one of those baits you just can’t leave at home,” Walters says. “No matter what time of year it is, it’s all about covering water to find the fish – especially when you only have three days of practice for a tournament. “You can effectively cover water efficiently with a Swim Jig, and catch really big fish.
“It has a lot of different purposes,” he continues. “You can drag it, you can swim it by cover, you can fish it from 30 foot to two foot. A lot of times, I’ll put it on fluorocarbon and I’ll sink that sucker down and I’ll swim it through brush-piles and stuff like that.”
Among the features that distinguish Terminator Pro Series Heavy Duty Swim Jigs are an inline line-tie and a balanced, hydrodynamic head crafted to swim through the heaviest cover. “It’s got a realistic profile,” Walters says. “You’re going to be able to take that from Florida to New York, from Texas to Wisconsin – anywhere you go, keep that sucker in your hand to cover water to help find fish.”
Additional key features of the Pro Series Heavy Duty Swim Jig include hyper-realistic banded silicone skirts, a well-designed trailer keeper, a 3D eye, a quality nylon weed guard that’s soft enough get out of your way on a hookset, and a super-strong 5-0 VMC Hybrid Wide Gap Hook.
“There’s a great gap there,” Walter says. “It’s large enough where you’re going to get really god hook-ups.”
Pro Series Swim Jigs will likely be key in several Bassmaster Elite Series tournaments this year, Walter says, including those on the St. Johns River and the Harris Chain of Lakes in Florida later this month, in the Bassmaster Classic on South Carolinas’ Lake Hartwell, on Chickamauga in April, and on the Mississippi River this summer, on the Wisconsin-Minnesota border.