Top Fishing Jig Trailer Color Combo’s – Which Jig & Trailer Colors Work Best For Bass!

This article is a guide for knowing what top jig fishing trailer color combinations to use, so you can catch more bass. There are so many different colors, and trailers for your jigs it’s hard to know where to start. This post will help guide you through 4 different jig and trailer color combinations that will work in every type of situation you encounter fishing. Hopefully, after reading this post you should be able to pick the right jig and trailer when you are out bass fishing, so you can catch more pf them and enjoy the outdoors. Get stoked!

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Top Jig Fishing Trailer Color Combinations

After years of experimenting with jigs, here are the top 4 jig fishing trailer color combinations. Plus, some solid info on when to use these jig and trailer pairings. These 4 jig pairings will work on any body of water, and help you put more fish in the boat with a jig. Especially, when you use them in the right situations. I’ve been throwing jigs for years, and  have seen some folks throw some really crazy stuff with no success. Take what you learn here in this post to get more bites! A jig is usually a big bass catcher if you know when and how to use one.

Black & Blue Jig w/ Black & Blue Craw

Everyone knows a black and blue jig with a black and blue craw trailer is a great color for bass fishing. Yet, if you throw it in the wrong conditions you won’t even get a sniff. The best time to use a black & blue jig with a black soft-plastic craw is in dirty, muddy water. When the visibility is low a dark black profile in this color combination works the best. I’ve even found in low light or night switching to this black and blue combo will help keep that jig bite going.

Green Pumpkin Jig w/ Dark Craw

Another lethal color combination for jigs and trailers is a green pumpkin jig with a june bug/dark color craw. This presentation works good when the water is still really dirty, but the visibility might be around 2 – 3 feet. The green pumpkin skirt helps make the bait look a little more natural and the dark craw for a trailer helps the bait stand out more. Deploy this color combination in darker water conditions, and watch your rod close because it will get “Kraked!”

Black & Blue Jig w/ Green Pumpkin Craw

A black and blue jig paired with a green pumpkin craw color combination works really well. A black and blue jig helps provide some good contrast for a reaction, but at rest the natural green pumpkin craw really catches a bass’s eye. Use this color combination when the water clarity is better usually in the 3 – 6 foot range for solid bites. Also, in low light during late evening or early morning this jig and trailer color combo will get chomped.

Green Pumpkin Jig w/ Green Pumpkin Craw

The straight green pumpkin jig and green pumpkin trailer color combination is always a consistent producer. Especially in clear water situations. When you can see the bottom at 8 feet or more a green pumpkin jig & trailer is the most natural look for bass. Bass become a lot more visual feeders in clear water, and with green pumpkin you will get more bites because it appears real. This color combination has always been my main choice because of how clear the high desert reservoirs can get where I fish. When you encounter clear water, throw a green pumpkin jig and craw.

 

Video Top Jig Fishing Trailer Color Combo’s

This video will walk you through these top 4 Fishing Jig Trailer Color Combinations to help you catch more fish. In this video you will see me put some of these jig pairings to work, and it will give you a better understanding of when to throw what colors to catch more bass.

Top Jig & Trailer Color Combos – Additional Thoughts

The jig fishing world is a rabbit hole you can really get lost in. By simplifying what to use you will be able to catch more fish, and have more confidence when you are on the water. Jig’s can catch some really big fish, and it takes a lot of practice to fish them correctly. Hopefully, these tips will keep you “Kraken” those bass.

Lastly, I hope you enjoy this post. Leave a comment about some of your favorite jig & trailer tricks for us bass addicts who can’t seem to get enough of it. The links above and below in this post are affiliate links were you can pick up baits, rod’s, reels, line, and anything else mentioned to “Krak” some bass fishing a jig. Krakenbass receives a small percentage of the sales through these links. I only use links to baits, and gear I personally trust and know work. These links are provided to primarily be helpful for you, and not for the small amount I make for the sale of the products. Hopefully, these products can help you “krak” some bass like they have for me! Thank you for your support.

As Always,

Stay Stoked!!!

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