Biffle Hardhead Technique
The Gene Larew hardhead jig is responsible for creating a whole new technique. The free moving jig head creates a unique action for any attached soft plastic bait.
Tommy Biffle's Bassmaster Elite Series win on Fort Gibson lake was responsible for the introduction of the Biffle Buggin' technique. Since that tournament, anglers have discovered multiple uses for the Gene Larew Hardhead, but the action of the attached bait remains unchanged.The Biffle Buggin technique is comprised of a Biffle Hardhead jig with a Biffle Bug soft plastic trailer. The lure is designed to be fished with a steady retrieve through areas with sparse cover such as rock and wood. The action of the soft plastic is enhanced by the jointed head design that deflects off cover and draws strikes from big bass. We recommend using a rod you would typically fish open water jigs with paired with a baitcasting reel spooled with 15-17lb fluorocarbon. The retrieve is quite easy, just slow and stready, pausing or ripping the rod when deflecting after structural items.