New Jigs

New Jigs

Some new Dhuie jigs.

From top left, around clockwise:

Saurus Hilla Jiglla 60gm, Evergreen Caprice Kid 75gm, Ima Ro 80gm x 2, Mangrove Studio 70gm, Apia vendetta 60gm, SevenSeas Hooker 100gm, Shabajig 70gm.


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The IMA and the Caprice are

Wed, 2009-07-29 20:51

The IMA and the Caprice are particularly effective on Dhufish. Brody, did you know that they all have slightly different retrieve rhythms?

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Haha yeah that blue IMA is

Wed, 2009-07-29 20:57

Haha yeah that blue IMA is what got my 12kg model a few weeks back.

Can you elaborate more on retrieve?

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I think we will have to take

Wed, 2009-07-29 21:04

I think we will have to take him out with us brodz and give us the full run down.

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Not unless your cruizen over

Wed, 2009-07-29 21:07

Not unless your cruizen over by plane!lol.

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The shape and weighting will

Wed, 2009-07-29 21:22

The shape and weighting will determine the action and retrieve.

For example, the hooker is a high speed darter - meant to be worked long stroke and fast, 2 winds a lift. Best for fast or highly aggressive fish.

The ima's are slow flutterers and suit a slow, 1 small quick lift, 1 wind retrieve.

The caprice is a darter that flutters alot on the pause as you wind. It has a similar retrieve to the ima, but faster, interspersed with a pause every 3 or 5 lifts - that is how the designer jigs them anyway. Actually there are quite a number of ways to jig this, but that's been the real producer for me in Perth, especially on the pause.

The retrieves for those 3 were picked up from watching videos of their designers, my own perceptions, and from people who used them very often.

The shabajig and the apia I have never used before - but go out there and definately try them out.

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When you say pause Kasey, do

Thu, 2009-07-30 10:52

When you say pause Kasey, do you mean, you do the lift, then pause the rod, or pause so the jig is stationary in the water? I had the second happen once or twice at the abrolhos, just holding it still, felt some taps, did a few short jigs and the fish then hit it. Usually I do the first method (long stroke, wind in slack only)

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By pause I mean wind and

Thu, 2009-07-30 18:02

By pause I mean wind and lift, slowly drop rod tip about a foot, then continue to wind and lift again.

By doing this you let it dart-dart-dart then flutter and stay/drop, and this can sometimes really attract the hit.

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I have some new jigs too,

Wed, 2009-07-29 21:42

I have some new jigs too, just need to pick them up from Alfred, ta for the tips on that purchase Kasey!

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Sure, I think I got you all

Wed, 2009-07-29 21:46

Sure, I think I got you all IMAs. The Caprice's cost alot more so I worked with the budget you gave me.

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Alfred sorted me out with a

Thu, 2009-07-30 08:05

Alfred sorted me out with a few IMAs and a skinnier one in a packed with a black background, might say sniper? I'll know more when I pick it up =)

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Rigged and ready to go, any

Sun, 2009-08-02 19:39

Rigged and ready to go, any tips on the jack-knife r?

 

 

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Great info thanks Kasey.

Wed, 2009-07-29 22:09

Great info thanks Kasey.

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hay Brody

Thu, 2009-07-30 07:39

where you purchasing those Caprice and Ima Ro from,
you you guys stock them?
PM me if ya prefer
cheers

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Some flash looking jigs there Brody

Thu, 2009-07-30 08:14

I really like the look of the Hooker.

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"I really like the look of

Thu, 2009-07-30 08:41

"I really like the look of the Hooker."

 

 

LOL.  so much could be said here

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Be careful, it'll cost you,

Thu, 2009-07-30 10:53

Be careful, it'll cost you, and you might catch something, haha.

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Lol Matt

Thu, 2009-07-30 11:00

I was waiting for someone to "catch" on.

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Ima Ro Jigs

Mon, 2009-08-03 00:09

We've done an order on Ima Ro's and they should be here end of the working week.

A fine selection of jigs Brody.

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