Rigging the G-Grub
For largemouth and smallmouth bass or walleye, rig a 3-inch G-Grub with a 1/8 or 1/4 oz. jighead. It can be rigged with hook point coming out in the middle of the fins or on the opposite side, either way, it produces the same fabulous fish-attracting action. The 4-inch G-Grub can be rigged with a 1/4 or 3/8 oz. jighead. Again, there is no wrong way to rig the G-Grub. . . fins up or down, either way it produces great action.
G-Grubs can also be used as either floating or sinking harness rigs while trolling or back-trolling for walleyes. Walking sinkers make perfect back-trolling rigs.
Both the 3-inch and 4-inch G-Grub make an ideal spinner bait trailer for big bass and trophy walleye.
Want sound? Sight and sound are essential for attracting and catching fish. The G-Grub's tail has a built in rattle chamber in its tail to accept rattle beads. These are available at almost any tackle store. The bead also adds weight to the tail. Most of the time adding weight to a soft plastic lure will impair hurt its action, but not the G-Grub. In fact, adding rattle actually enhances the performance of this grub.
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