April 13, 2004

Dancing A Jig

Jigging for Black Sea Bass.

This is simply glorified trout fishing in deeper water. The fish will normally hit the jig the instant your boat begins to drift and the jig starts to swim a bit. You can jig up and down, but honestly, there is no need to. The drift of the boat will do most of the work for you. You should position your jig just a touch off the bottom while fishing structure. This will prevent losing a pile of tackle and those bass will come a long way for that swimming jig, even in cold water.

Posted by Bigwig at April 13, 2004 10:06 PM | TrackBack
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