The Sliding Jig has a ship-bottom shaped haed, that makes this jig slide at rough, scraggy water bottoms. This movement is a reproduction of bait fish like crustaceans or gobioideis.
The Sliding Jig cuts muddy bottms or sandy soils when landing, and its lip winds up the mud.
The wide head avoids obstacles such as reed grass or bush and wades through.
Good especially around piers, intake towers and fish reefs.