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Minnow Rig – When fishing a minnow jig, more often than not I will rig the minnow the following way: The hook should go in the mouth and then out the gill. The minnow is then slid up the hook so it is “kissing” the jig head. To keep the minnow “kissing” the jig head, I then bend the minnow slightly and run the hook up the belly and out the back.
This rigging makes it easier to fish the weeds and puts the hook further back on the minnow to catch short-strikers. It does kill the minnow much quicker than other rigging options, but the fisherman has more control over the lure and can deliver his own action through an aggressive jigging action. – Submitted By: Sean Gohman, Waconia, MN.