Choosing the right jig trailer can make a big difference in your fishing success. Here are some factors to consider when making your selection:

  1. Size: Jig trailers come in a variety of sizes, so it's important to choose one that matches the size of your jig head. A smaller trailer will work better with a smaller jig head, while a larger trailer is better suited for a larger jig head.

  2. Action: The action of the trailer is also important to consider. Some trailers have a more subtle action, while others have a more pronounced action. This can affect how the jig falls in the water and how it moves, so it's important to choose a trailer that will work well with the action of your jig head.

  3. Color: The color of the trailer can also make a big difference. Some colors are more visible in certain water conditions than others, so it's important to choose a trailer that will be visible in the water you're fishing in.

  4. Material: trailers are made from different materials, such as soft plastic, or pork. Each has its pros and cons and it’s important to choose the one that works best for your specific fishing situation

  5. Brand: Some brands are known for producing high-quality jig trailers, while others may not be as reliable. It's worth considering the brand of the trailer when making your selection to ensure you're getting a quality product. 

Ultimately, the best jig trailer for you will depend on your specific fishing situation and the species you're targeting. Experiment with different trailers and pay attention to how they perform to help you make the best choice for your needs. Check out the Motion Fishing Penny Craw jig trailers here

Bobby Roberts