$1.00 to $30.00 $4.00 for shipping
$30.00 to $50.00 $7.20 for shipping
$50.00 to 100 $13.65 or shipping
shipping will be on the top of each page if your order comes to A total of $30 you would click on four dollars to add shipping for a example
instructions for how to fish with jigs and plastic baits for crappie. I have over 55 years of experience most common mistakes never use a snap swivel directly on your jig never use a tight knot on your jig. use a loop type not on your jig picture below100% of the time I use 4 pound test line this allows for my small jigs such as 1/32oz. in smaller to get down faster in the water. allow your plastic bait or jig to fall slowly retrieve it with a slight twitch of your rod sometimes you will only feel a slight tap set the hook.
using a float you sometimes have two very good depth trying to find where the strike zone is cast out with your bobber slightly move it in stop keep doing this if you see the float go under or move set the hook. places to find fish trying to find something trees or rocks or drop-offs these are ambush places for the fish to feed. if you have a fishfinder use it to locate ledges and drop off and sometimes trees are so and you cannot see from the surface. you can use deep diving crank baits sometimes very effective I do not like to do it myself I am strictly a vertical fisherman I'm mainly a tight line or a float fisherman I hope that this will be some benefit to you and hope that will improve your fishing catches.
This is the correct way that you should be using your jigs noticed a loop in the line to the jig.
never do this a tight knot to the jig this kills your action.