Slow jigs

SLOW Jigging lures PECHE SUD

Slow jigging lures - Believe it or not, this technics does work.
  • It works for a wider range of fish species. (From fast-swimming fish to bottom fish
  • It works for a wider range of fishís moods. (Not only when the fish is active, but also when they are not active.)
  • Itworks for a wider range of sea conditions.
  • It catches more fish.
Well, when the fish is active and you are where the fish is, any methods would work.

One time I was helping a fellow angler pulling his catch onto the boat, leaving my jig hanging in the water. When I returned I saw my rod fishing on its own. It was a small tuna, which many still believe that they need to move the jig super fast to catch. The boat was only rocking and dancing the jig.

But the fish is not active all day. In fact, in most places the active time lasts about 2 to 3 hours at one time, and it happens a couple of times a day. If you donít want to wander around the ocean all day looking for activated schools of fish, you need to come up with something different. So how do we fish when they are not active? Slow Pitch Jigging came out of that idea.

Predators always look for easy targets to feed on. The easier, the better. Itís an instinct. Crippled bait fish make random movements, they dash and stop, dart in irregular directions, make flashing actions, and fall to bottom. In the ocean ecosystem, going downward is a sign of weakness, either itís not being able to swim or itís hiding for cover. This is what the slow pitch jigging is trying to direct, tempting the fish eaters.

Slow pitch jigging is not slow reeling. It is a continuous sequence of stop and go in each pitches. Itís basically 1 pitch per second. That tempo is very slow compared to the conventional style of jigging.

1)In the moment you give a pitch of reeling, the rod gives in nicely and bends, giving the smooth upward acceleration to the jig. 1 pitch can be 1 turn around, 1/2 turn, or 1/4 turn. You can jerk up the rod a little to each pitch, or not.

2)After a pitch, you stop and hold up the rod. In that moment the rod springs back up, releasing the power in a whip action so that the jig is tossed free to the side. The center-balanced jig slides to the side and moves in a horizontal position for an instant. It is when the jig is on its side that the chasing fish comes up for a bite.

3)You bring down the rod with half the reeling or not reeling at all. If you reel half on the way down and the half on the way up, the jig keeps dancing upward with suspension on its side in between. If you donít reel on the way down, the jig free-falls and does its own built-in actions on the way down. This is also a popular moment for a bite.

4) Just when you feel the jig weight pulling down your rod tip, pick it up with your reeling and jerking to give another pitch. This might be a moment that you realize that a fish made a bite in your previous step. You can change all kinds of different actions to your rod, speed, length, rhythm, timing and the combinations of all kinds.

This text came for Anglers Secret (NORIHIRO SATO). I think is the Master of SLOW JIGGING....



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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Blue Pink Stripes

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Blue Pink Stripes

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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Lime Glow spot

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Lime Glow spot

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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Rainbow

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Rainbow

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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Silver Waves

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 150 gr - Silver Waves

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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr - Blue Pink Stripes

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr - Blue Pink Stripes

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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr - Lime Glow spot

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr - Lime Glow spot

Oishi Masaru jigs fall with "irregular" movements, very responsive to uplifts. Irregular falling...
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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr -Rainbow

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr -Rainbow

Oishi Masaru jigs fall with "irregular" movements, very responsive to uplifts. Irregular falling...
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Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr -Silver waves

Oishi - Masaru slow jig 210 gr -Silver waves

Oishi Masaru jigs fall with "irregular" movements, very responsive to uplifts. Irregular falling...
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Oishi - Hotaru 200 gr - Silver Pink Dot

Oishi - Hotaru 200 gr - Silver Pink Dot

Oishi Hotaru has a slim profil (Spiraling) allowing fast drop and fast retreive, use it as high...
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Oishi - Hotaru 200 gr - Chrome

Oishi - Hotaru 200 gr - Chrome

Oishi Hotaru has a slim profil (Spiraling) allowing fast drop and fast retreive, use it as high...
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Oishi - Hotaru 200 gr -Silver Blue Green

Oishi - Hotaru 200 gr -Silver Blue Green

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MAXEL jigs - Dragonfly Motion S 80gr Pink Blue

MAXEL jigs - Dragonfly Motion S 80gr Pink Blue

The new generation Slow Jig with center balance and multiple diamond surface design, bring you the...
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MAXEL jigs - Dragonfly Motion S 80gr Pink Silver

MAXEL jigs - Dragonfly Motion S 80gr Pink Silver

The new generation Slow Jig with center balance and multiple diamond surface design, bring you the...
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MAXEL jigs - Dragonfly Motion S 80gr Zebra Shinning

MAXEL jigs - Dragonfly Motion S 80gr Zebra Shinning

The new generation Slow Jig with center balance and multiple diamond surface design, bring you the...
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