Chunk style trailers are generally intended for the more subtle bass fishing skirted jig presentations when you’re not looking for rocket-fast falls or exaggerated motion. Nevertheless, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Todd Faircloth combines this modest appearance with good movement in a swinging trailer skirted bass fishing jig.
Faircloth favors a Strike King Rodent, or the Baby Rodent for finesse jigs. In either case, he takes a different approach than the traditional route of threading the bait onto the jig hook. He opts for a free-swinging arrangement, which he accomplishes by impaling his jig hook through the bait laterally.
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