Pull Bass from the Grass.
Come summer, largemouth bass make a habit of burying themselves in the grass. Bass sharpies know they’re in there, of course, but not everyone has the patience to work through waters where the stringy stalks wrap around hooks and jig heads on every cast. Some jigs target more and bigger bass prowling in tough-to-fish grass flats. Daiwa’s Ever Green Grass Ripper jig series seems to work because it features a strategically positioned eyelet at the front of the jig’s nose, and teardrop-shaped head that angles smoothly from eyelet to base. The Grass Ripper gently slithers and glides over grass instead of trying to power through it. Following this path of least resistance allows the jig to avoid catching grass and other vegetation around the eyelet while its weed guard protects the hook.
So it’s engineered to swim strait and not roll over. The Grass Ripper’s ability to come through grass nice and clean opens new avenues for anglers to explore. Whether looking to fill a limit, set a new personal best, or simply enjoy a day of solid bassin’ at your favorite honey hole, these jigs offer a serious edge.