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Best Grass Jig Rod

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Rods recommendations for using the Grass Jigs technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

St. Croix Victory Casting Rods

$200.00 – $275.00

Reported by
Nate Nipper

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Nate Nipper reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and St. Croix Victory Casting Rods on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "4h of July is usually when the summer grass bite is in full swing on Tonka. Key in on thicker patches of coontail with some holes. Hard bottom is a plus. These bass post up in the holes and ambush bluegills right now on beds. The Grassmaster jig with the Menace grub is a great presentation to mimic a bluegill. Key depth this time of year is usually around the 12-15 foot zones but will depend on which side of the lake you're on so don't hesitate to bounce shallower or deeper."

Reported by
Jeff

Leech Lake (MN)

Jeff reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and St. Croix Victory Casting Rods on Leech Lake. Additional comments from this report: "For 3 days I was able to catch plenty of fish around rice and reeds. I focus more on one's with steep drops. Looking for small open pockets along with other textbook areas was the key. I mixed in a terminator frog as sort of a search bait. I would slow down and pick the areas apart when I would get bit on it."

Reported by
Joe

Green Lake (WI) (WI)

Joe reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and St. Croix Victory Casting Rods on Green Lake (WI). Additional comments from this report: "Flipping jigs around docks in the backs of pockets. water temp was 10 degrees higher than on the main lake. Large mouth were on beds also found post spawn fish under docks. "

St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL

$150.00

Reported by
Seth Akenson

Lower Prior Lake (MN)

Seth Akenson reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL on Lower Prior Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Bass could be found on deep weedlines adjacent to bluegill. We caught most bass pulling jigs through the vegetation and pausing. Be patient and work baits slow. Throwing heavier jigs will also allow you to cast farther and maintain bottom contact in windy conditions "

Reported by
Robert Phipps

Whitewater Lake (WI)

Robert Phipps reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL on Whitewater Lake. Additional comments from this report: "South end of the lake and around the islands, throwing a half ounce feider stealth jig black n blue with a strike king baby rage craw. All fish caught were between 16-19 inches."

Reported by
JACK_EM

Saratoga Lake (NY)

JACK_EM reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL on Saratoga Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Cage feider jig works very well here in the grass and anywhere on the lake. They just eat it good"

G. Loomis NRX+ Casting Rods

$650.00

Reported by
Kevin Stephens

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Kevin Stephens reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and G. Loomis NRX+ Casting Rods on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "Deep weeds with jigs and dropshots. "

Reported by
PunchFishing

Lake Minnewaska (MN)

PunchFishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and G. Loomis NRX+ Casting Rods on Lake Minnewaska. Additional comments from this report: "Largemouth bass were stacked up shallow along the bank in areas that had sand patches mixed in with shallow grass and docks. If you could see patchy bright sand spots mixed in with vegetation, you were on a fishy stretch of bank. Fish were roaming around everywhere so you just had to drift around shallow and fan cast. Some fish were definitely under docks as well. An occasional smallie was caught mixed in with all the largemouth. "

Reported by
Nicholas Robinson

Ni River Reservoir (VA)

Nicholas Robinson reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Grass Jigs technique and G. Loomis NRX+ Casting Rods on Ni River Reservoir. Additional comments from this report: "Spent the day with my brother Pitching and Flipping Jigs/Shakeyheads (myself) and Texas Rigs (my brother) into vegetation off of Main Lake Points and running chatterbaits in shallow water offset from bluegill beds where shallow water transitions into deeper water. The Lil' Magnum is phenomenal and is a must have for your jig box! Our pattern was Lilypads isolated from other vegetation on points and isolated cover such as wood and cattails. We had a lot of bites on what would normally be a tough, post frontal day. Our final bag was a respectable 15lbs for post-spawn fish on a smaller body of water. "

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