A skirted bass jig will catch bass anywhere, but knowing what style jig head to use on a variety of underwater structures will help you to fish the appropriate cover. For fishing points and riprap it’s hard to beat the football jig, which excels at fishing areas with rocky bottoms. The football-style head produces an erratic action when fished along the bottom, and fishes with less snags. Imagine rolling a football on the ground––it darts from side to side, the wobbling action enticing bass to bite. This action imitates crayfish scooting along the bottom. Match your football jig with a crawfish soft-plastic trailer. The Jackall Sasuteki Craw makes for excellent trailer and has an action bass can’t resist.