Watch Bassmaster Elite Series Pro and Outkast Tackle angler break down the difference between his Stealth Feider Tungsten Casting Jig and the updated Cage Feider Tungsten Flipping Jig from Outkast Tackle!
As much as Seth loves the Stealth Feider Tungsten Casting Jig, he came back to Outkast Tackle looking to make a few changes to his Pro Series jig design to improve its performance in heavy cover.
The Cage Feider Tungsten Flipping Jig is extremely similar to the Stealth Feider; both tungsten jigs feature the same great heavy wire VMC flipping hook, micro-cut skirt, color options and awesome keeper that locks down your trailer. The difference? While the Stealth Feider has a verticle line tie and a fairly soft weedguard designed to fish milfoil and lighter boat docks, the Cage Feider jig has a horizontal line time and a lot stiffer weedguard. These two tweaks give you everything you love about the Stealth Feider but make this flipping jig a whole lot better in the wood, reed, pads and heavier harder cover – especially in docks with chains, cables, lifts and cross beams.
The Cage Feider Tunsgen Flipping Jig also has the jig weight stamped right on its side – a small but nice touch. And while Seth typically fishes the Cage Feider jig on a braid to a leader, you can also fish straight braid in pads or reeds and it’s sharp and small enough to fish on a straight fluorocarbon, too.
For Seth, having a weedless jig that can do it all is a game-changer. He isn’t afraid to throw the Cage Feider where he needs it and is confident putting it wherever he wants.