JIG & INCHIKU 50g
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This modern and innovative jigging technique was developed by Norihiro Sato in Japan.
Based on the principle that predatory fish are always looking for injured or easy prey he set about developing a method that closely mimicked this action. The actions of crippled fish entice reaction strikes which this method replicates. Widely used in Japan for several years, it is now spreading globally due to its effectiveness.
With speed jigging the bottom dwellers are seldom caught, but with slow pitch they are the main target and readily attack a slow pitch jig. The pelagic’s including tuna, wahoo, kingfish, amberjacks, mackeral, samson fish all readily take a slow pitch jig, often as it is worked up through the water column or on the drop. The one essential part of this technique is the vertical alignment with your jig. A fast current or a fast drift will impact the effectiveness of this technique.