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Bass U TV: Swindle's simple jig approach

After nearly two decades fishing the pro bass tours, Gerald Swindle has learned a few things, including how to simplify his jig color selections and presentations.

Swindle's session on a simple jig fishing approach is now available on The Bass University TV. A preview is embedded below.

"What I've learned in the last 17 years is the more simple the better," Swindle says. "You go into a tackle store and they have 31,000 colors of jigs, right? You can sit down in a chair and look at them for hours. It's irrelevant. It doesn't matter. The only thing that matters with a jig is presentation."

BassU TV memberships are available for $149.99 per year or $15 per month.

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