1. Easy to Catch with Just a Cast and Drop
Jackall's stickbait the YAMMY Fish, attracts bass simply by cast and fall. The Yammy Fish autonomously actions to entice bass.
Different Methods with Standard and Reverse Rigging
Standard rigging is generally recommended, enhancing the lure's spontaneous action during the fall, its key feature.
Reverse rigging is ideal for pitching or flipping around cover. It shifts the weight to the rear for improved casting accuracy and enhances cover penetration due to the backslide effect.
For both settings, a #1 hook for the 3-inch size and a #4/0 offset hook for the 3.8-inch size are recommended.
Basic Use and Techniques for Increased Catches
The primary method is free fall. Just cast it or drop it near obstacles, and its spontaneous action will attract bass attacks.
If there's no bite on the fall, try dragging it along the bottom.
The key is to make it graze the bottom. In areas without obstacles, actions like jerks or twitches are effective. Operate it as if an shrimp is jumping. Bites often concentrate after the lure floats up and falls back.
Rhythm Wag is Recommended for Shrimp Patterns
While YAMMY Fish is great for imitating fleeing shrimp, if bass in the area are predominantly feeding on shrimp, Jackall's Rhythm Wag is a better choice. Its split tail subtly imitates the shrimp's movement.
2. Size Variation for Tailored Tackle Usage
YAMMY Fish comes in two sizes: 3 inches and 3.8 inches. It's important to choose the right size based on your tackle setup. For the 3-inch size, it is recommended for use with spinning tackle. On the other hand, the 3.8-inch size weighs approximately 9g, making it suitable for bait-caster tackle. A rod with medium power should handle it comfortably.
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