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 Aug 12, 2003; 10:50AM - Jiggin' It
 Category:  Freshwater Bass Fishing Tips
 Author Name:  Steven Narup
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Tip&Trick Description 1: Jigs come in all sorts of shapes, colors, sizes, and even skirt materials. There are a bunch of different ways to fish them as well. However, to be able to catch them when the fishing is tough, you have to be very versatile. In this article, I will go through different ways of fishing jigs and I will begin to get you acquainted with this wonderful lure called a jig, in this little guide called “Jiggin’ It”.

Let me first give you a little bit of “background” about jigs. Jigs come made with many different kinds of materials. Just to name a few hair, tinsel and silicone. However, in this guide we will mostly be talking about silicone jigs. Silicone jigs are much easier too fish. Being that when they get wet, they become waterproof making them easier to slide through thick vegetation. To help aid the jig going through the thick milfoil some people use scent.

Jigs come in many different shapes and size, they even come with different shaped heads for different types of applications. They come made with a flipping, swimming, and even a stand-up type head. They also come in an array of different weight heads.

Jigs even come in countless colors and even different shades. It is best that when you first start out fishing a jig you should stick to basic colors. Some of the basic jig colors would include brown and orange, moss green and even black and blue.

When selecting a jig by its size you want to use as less weight as possible. Using less weight will give the jig a more realistic action and presentation. You also need less weight because bass will normally hit the jig when it is on the fall, and using less weight will help the jig fall slower. While we are talking about fall rate lets talk a little about jig trailers. Plastic trailers work great for cooler water, when the fish are more active. Jigs with pork are a deadly combination when the water temperature drops below 60. When you pick a trailer, you should keep in mind to match the trailer color to the color of the jigs skirt.

Now lets get into how to fish a jig. There are many different ways to fish them. One of the more popular ways to fish them is to do a hop and swim type retrieve. When you do this, you should make a long cast and then let the jig rest on the bottom for a few seconds, and then slowly lift your rod tip and let the jig fall back to the bottom. Then after a few hops you swim the jig a few feet, then begin to hop the jig again. This hop and swim method has produced greatly for many people all throughout the country.

Another way to fish a jig is to just hop the jig on the bottom or even drag it. However, one of the deadliest ways to fish a jig is to swim it close to the bottom or above a weed line. A seven-foot heavy action rod will give the jig enough action to entice big bass, be sure to pick a rod with a soft tip and enough backbone to horse the big boys out of the thick stuff.

The last technique I am going to cover is flipping and pitching. To do this you should flip the jig into weed pockets or into shoreline cover. When you do this, a good choice is a seven and a half foot heavy action rod and thirty-five pound monofilament. The heavy action rod will be stout enough to pull a five pound bass out the roughest spots you can flip your jig into.

This is just a little guide on how to fish a jig. If you experiment with different ways to fish them and you find out which technique the bass wants, you will have a killer day out on the water!

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 Nov 3, 2003; 10:56AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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Report Description: Capt. George Landrum
'Fly Hooker' Sportfishing


WEATHER: Great weather here in Cabo as Fall settles in. Our evening lows are in
the high 60s and the day has highs in the mid 80s to low 90s. Mostly sunny all week
with only a few days of slight overcast. No rain of course! The winds have been mostly
light with an occasional pick up in strength in the early afternoon with wind from the
northwest kicking up to maybe 12 knots.

WATER: The temperature break we have been observing just to the outside of the San
Jaime Banks is spreading the boundary out a bit more and moving in closer to land as
it cools down across the board as well. The water on the Jaime now is mostly in the 82
degree range while water closer in is 85. On the Sea of Cortez side the same thing is
happening with the warmer water closer to land and everything cooling off a bit as well.
That is good for the fishing as those high temperature we had been seeing were not
carrying a lot of fish with them. Surface conditions have been excellent as well, with
just a slight chop and swell on the Pacific in the morning and kicking up to quite a few
whitecaps later on in the day. on the Cortez side the conditions have been just
beautiful with blue, calm water!

BAIT: Almost all the bait this week was Caballito, and if you were late leaving the
Marina you might have had a hard time getting it. The price remains unchanged at the
usual $2 per bait. The Sardinas were very scarce again but a few bait boats had some
early in the week, they sold out quickly at $20 per scoop.


BILLFISH: The action this week almost all seemed to be located on the Pacific side of
the Cape with the concentration of Striped Marlin between the Lighthouse and Golden
Gate Banks. Blue action was happening a lot closer to home with many boat getting
strikes from nice sized fish as close as two miles from the Cape and as far out as the
Jaime Banks. There were boats flying as many as three blue flags this week and I
heard of a couple that released 6 or seven fish in one day. The Blues have been
averaging between #250 and #300 and have been striking on lures in the Dorado color
as well as Petrelero. The Striped Marlin have been a mix of bait and lure fish with the
average weight at #110 and an occasional #160 to #180 being hooked. Boy, at that
size they almost look like small Blue Marlin when they open their mouth behind a lure!

YELLOWFIN TUNA: For those of you checking out my report in the hope of finding a
secret that will assist you in winning the up coming Tuna Tournament, good luck! My
boat is fishing as well and we want to win! Anyway, its great fun and the fish move
around a lot, lets just hope that by this time next week there will have been some big
ones weighed. From the way things are going so far, it does not look like we will be
seeing as many large fish (over #100) coming to the scales as we had last year. We
are seeing some fish that size in the Porpoise pods, mixed in with smaller school fish,
but they have not been biting all that well. The area around the 1150 spot and the area
just to the south side of the Jaime Banks were holding fish this week, but who knows if
they will still be there next week. The larger fish this week were taken on live bait slow
trolled along the leading edge of the Porpoise pods, using feathers and cedar plugs
resulted in smaller fish, at least for most boats. Lets keep our fingers crossed that the
secret weapons we bring (and we all have some!) work on the winning fish this year!
Good luck!

DORADO: The key to getting Dorado this week was finding floating debris. There was
enough of it out there last week that you really had to work hard to find something that
was holding fish, but this week there was not as much around and most of it had at
least one fish associated. The best results on Dorado were had up around and past
the Golden Gate Banks and some boats were able to really limit out with fish to #40.
Closer to home, slow trolling live bait arround 1/2 to 1 mile off the beach on the Pacific
side resulted in a few fish that averaged 15 pounds. Live bait was the key to Dorado
this week.

WAHOO: To use a favorite expression of mine, What Hoo?. There were very few
caught this week and they were incidental catches of fish averaging #35.

INSHORE: There was really not a lot happening inshore this week with the exception
of the Dorado on live bait. I talked with a lot of people who had gone out on Pangas
and who had gotten no fish, and talked to a few Captains who said that they were still
catching the occasional Roosterfish and Jack Crevalle, but that yes, the inshore was

NOTES: This coming week is going to be a barn burner with the Tuna Tournament
having over 200 teams entered. Pre fishing is on Wednesday and the Tournament is
on Thursday and Friday. I think that every Charter boat I know is booked for the game
and most of them have been for a few months. I know that we have a waiting list of
people who want to know if someone drops out and a boat opens up. There are a few
boats available, but they are the ones who are trying to make a killing. One owner of a
#1 and @8 foot boat was asked by a friend of mine if he was available for the
tournament. The guys said yes and when my friend asked him how much he wanted
per day, the owner told him $1,000! Guess he wont be fishing the tournament.
Anyway, I am going to be very busy this week and will try to give a good report on the
fishing action in next weeks report. Until then, Tight Lines (and keep your fingers
crossed for me, huh?)!


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