MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Jeff Sprague on the Versatility of a Swim Jig - Major League Fishing
MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Jeff Sprague on the Versatility of a Swim Jig
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MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Jeff Sprague on the Versatility of a Swim Jig

November 14, 2020 • Major League Lessons

A Strike King swim jig is a must-have for MLF pro Jeff Sprague. Whether he’s around docks, trees, bushes or grass, a swim jig gets the job done for the Texas pro. In this Mercury Pro Team Know-How, Sprague details some features that make this bait a go-to, and how he likes to fish it.