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Old 09-25-2017, 03:32 PM   #1
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Old 09-26-2017, 09:57 AM   #2
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What are the target species and how do you fish these? Trying to see where they would fit in the lineup comapred to 170g flat falls
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Old 09-26-2017, 12:48 PM   #3
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Here is a pretty good video explaining slow pitch jigs.



These jigs will catch both reef fish and pelagics. Since these jigs are not heavy I would not use them for bottom fish (Snapper and Grouper) in any water deeper than 100ft. If you are targeting pelagic's (Tuna, Dolphin, Cobia, and other Species) I would still focus on 0-100ft of the water column. These jigs can be fished around the rip line, oil rigs and reefs. If you are marking or targeting fish deeper than 100ft, I would use a heavier jig.
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Awesome so basically a slower sinking version of the 170's? Sounds killer

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Here is a pretty good video explaining slow pitch jigs.

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These jigs will catch both reef fish and pelagics. Since these jigs are not heavy I would not use them for bottom fish (Snapper and Grouper) in any water deeper than 100ft. If you are targeting pelagic's (Tuna, Dolphin, Cobia, and other Species) I would still focus on 0-100ft of the water column. These jigs can be fished around the rip line, oil rigs and reefs. If you are marking or targeting fish deeper than 100ft, I would use a heavier jig.
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Old 09-26-2017, 01:07 PM   #5
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these jigs crush the small game, help weed out the small black sea bass and vermillion in our waters

attach a circle hook and a tiny piece of squid, even better
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Thinking about getting into this.
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