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    Blue Fox Foxee Jigs - Strange or what?
from tennisbumbishop  
10/17/2000 8:10:00 AM

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 Looking through Cabela's 2000 Fishing Catalog last night and saw the Blue Fox Foxee Jig (pg 104). One of the crazier looking lures I've seen in a while. Has anyone out there used this lure? What is this lure supposed to resemble (ie: a type of baitfish?)? What type of fish is it used to catch? Largemouth bass? How is it fished (like a regular jig)?

Think it's a very interesting lure and am hoping you can send some info my way.

Thanks.

Benjamin


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   Foxy Jigs from Sport  10/17/2000 9:21:00 AM
 TBB,

I have used these jigs for walleye here in minnesota. They work fine, I have never thrown them for bass much. They head design works best when you aren't around to many weeds. Fish them like any other jig!


   foxy from fishlover (168.122.13.210)  10/17/2000 11:46:00 AM
 the smaller versions are great for panfish when using with a small blade spinner. the cool thing about it is that you can cut off the "tale flippers" and/or hairy stuff to speed up the dropping.


   Foxy Jigs from Buddy (152.163.207.62)  10/18/2000 1:34:00 AM
 TBB,

I have had excellent results on this jig for winter bass, both smallmouth and largemouth, on our deep rocky clear water lakes out here in Arizona.

Few folks use them, but they are a GREAT bait.

I use them two ways. First, by casting and dragging them slowly along the bottom. Second, fishing them vertically with a lift and drop right under the boat.

I use only two colors, the brown one, I think they call it pumpkin, and the chartruese. I think while being 'dragged' they mimic a crawfish, and the lift and drop vertical presentation mimics a dying shad.

One nice thing about them is that the fish will hold onto them a long time. You have plenty of time to set the hook.

Good Luck!


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