It's all in the hair used on the Crappie Vixen that makes this jig lure so incredibly special. No matter what color we dye the arctic fox hair which dresses this jig, it's the unique texture of the hair that creates this one-of-a-kind pulsation.
The arctic fox is protected by a pure white coat of hair during winter which is constructed with two distinct textures. The outer hair is a bit coarser than the undercoat hair, but both are much finer than any other animal with the exception of an arctic rabbit. However, it is the near feather-like underhair that causes this jig to pulsate, or work, even when the jig has come completely to a stop.
This stopping of the Crappie Vixen becomes twice as effective as its competitors when suspended beneath a bobber.