Has anyone tried using Flat Fall Jigs for Big Largemouth Bass? I have been considering the possibility for two reasons. The first reason is larger bass tend to hold beneath bait balls and scarf up the wounded baitfish that flutter down that the more active and aggressive smaller bass wound but do not kill. Also during that time of year when cooler temps stun shad then flutter down and big bass often key on the struggling shad during that time of year. It would seem to me to have real potential to be a viable method to target the larger members of the bass family. It might require having some flat fall jigs custom painted in shad pattern to more closely match the forage base but I was wondering if anyone else has thought of this idea and has tried it? I know people use spoons for bass but I am specifically thinking of trying to use flat fall jigs like Shimano Butterfly Flat Fall jigs. I guess I will start with some lighter weight models and see how they perform. I know when I fished in Galveston Bay, Texas some of the freshwater crankbaits modified for saltwater use worked great for Spotted Sea Trout and Redfish so why can't a saltwater lure that mimics the habits of a freshwater forage fish work for bass? Any ideas anyone?