Large custom-tied bucktail jigs with feathers have re-emerged as one of the must-have baits for anglers fishing lakes known for holding large schools of bass on offshore structure. The first of these was called a Preacher Jig. It was tied by a southern preacher down near Eufaula, Ala. in the ‘80s, and there were local anglers winning a lot of ledge tournaments on Lake Eufaula on a secret hand tied bucktail and feather jig.
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