Jigging gloves what are the best?

hey fellas this thred is in conjunction with my recent jigging post to perth

im inneed of some jigging gloves

here in South Aus

i can only get my hands on the fisherman or the cultivas

 

and wanting to no if they are the best or is ther better

 

i am very intrested in the jiggin master gloves but havent seen them besides on the net.

price to me doesnt matter so if i hav to buy interstate or overseas i will

 

thanks fellas all you responses appreciated


Brody's picture

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The Fisherman gloves are the

Thu, 2010-08-05 16:48

The Fisherman gloves are the best, i reckon.

Ben Derecki's picture

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Previous discussion here.

Thu, 2010-08-05 16:50

Previous discussion here mate.

DazSamFishing's picture

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fisherman are best. I use

Thu, 2010-08-05 17:51

fisherman are best. I use shout too.

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I use the "Man up, gloves

Thu, 2010-08-05 20:50

I use the "Man up, gloves are for wooses" gloves Wink

Though, sometimes wear sun gloves (burnt backs of hands not so fun, and gloves easier than sunscreen sometimes).

 

About the only time i've really wanted/needed gloves while jigging is if i'm jigging with a reel which has a screw or divet on the handle right in the middle as they sometimes seem to dig in after lots and lots of jigging. Other than that, I've never really needed them.

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Come GT popping and try pump

Fri, 2010-08-06 15:48

Come GT popping and try pump out long casts all day with no gloves :P

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Popping

Fri, 2010-08-06 16:06

Definitely Jay, I've been laying bricks for a long time, and I have hands like leather but there is no way known to man I would be without at least one casting glove. It's not about "manning up" it's about having fingers left at the end of the trip!!

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As mentioned before

Fri, 2010-08-06 15:50

As mentioned before Fisherman gloves are by far the best i have come by.

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i bought owner gloves,

Fri, 2010-08-06 16:07

i bought owner gloves, thought i would man up , the only gloves i could get me hands on were 2 fingerd ones pinky and the next finger, half a day of popping with a big ass poper my finger very red and tender.

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thanks boys i guess i will

Fri, 2010-08-06 16:08

thanks boys i guess i will be buying fishermans

has anyone seen teh jigging master gloves inperson ?

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Yeah I've seen the JM

Sat, 2010-08-07 06:46

Yeah I've seen the JM gloves, in my oppinion the Fishermans are far superior.

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JM jigging gloves

Fri, 2010-08-06 20:14

I have as we sell them in the shop. They are good value and are quite robustly made. They anti slip leather on the palm side, reinforced with lambs leather between thumb and forefinger. Double layer thumb and forefinger tips for casting heavy poppers...

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cheers boys looks like ill

Sun, 2010-08-08 17:07

cheers boys looks like ill get myself a pair of fishermans