What’s The Difference Between Fast Jig And Slow Jig

Jigging, speed jigging, deep sea jigging, butterfly jigging, vertical jigging, yoyo jigging are all names used for this fast jig fishing technical.This technique allows to catch the big fish vertically, normally reserved for anglers with heavy gear.

Fast jigging basic moves, let the lure (JIG) drop to the bottom, when the jig touch the bottom, lift it up rapidly to avoid hanging and start to jig. Depending where you fish and available species, most of predators can be located all along the water column. As the boat is not anchor, it drift following the current and wind, so your jig travels by covering a large area from sea floor to mid-water.

Unlike “Fast jigging” where jig falls in a straight line, slow jig will fluttering all way down, increasing your chances of catch fish.

Slow jigs are a relatively new item to sweep across Oz. While heavy metal jigs represent a fleeing bait fish, slow jigs mimic the appearance and sluggish rhythmic movement of small cephalopods such as octopus, squid and cuttlefish. As these food items are slow, that’s exactly how we want to fish these jigs – slowly.

The slow jig is a new method of fishing. The biggest difference from the fast jig it does not need to use force and rhythmic twitch. It is mainly to do the action of metal jig. You can use the action of lifting, setting out and taking in the line to make the jig fall naturally or move at will. It can also have a special effect when the activity of the fish is not high. It is also a fishing method of beating the big

Fish with a soft rod and thin line.

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