Swim jigs are an excellent choice for fishing the kind of structure that holds bass. There are two basic swim jig head shapes: a cone-style head for fishing in weeds or open water, and an arrow-style head, which will move through rocks and wood, deflecting off solid structure instead of snagging. The components of the swim jig should include a light-wire hook, a thinner weed-guard and streamlined skirt. Lastly, you need to select the right trailer for your swim jig, like the Jackall Rhythm Wave or the Ammonite Shad. Each have thumping actions that bass cannot resist.