SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g

SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g
SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g
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SEAFLOOR CONTROL ULTIMATE JIG LURE MESSIAH 100g

MESSIAH is an ultimate sliding long jig. Sometimes high pitch makes it slide even 2 or 3 meters to the side. Even when you are in diagonal alignment with the jig in the shallow area, it still slides so well. One of the characteristics of this jig is that it falls backwards and diagonally, while most other long jigs fall straight down, to which fish may lose interest. The long sliding and diagonal fall makes the whole sequence smooth and natural. When you mean to go after a big one, always get this one ready with a high pitch rod.

Because of its slide-falling actions, Messiah is sometimes effective in slow pitch as well. Use it in a standard setting with Slow Jerker, and focus on falling.

Lure weight:100g
Lure length:200mm

 

How to use SEAFLOOR CONTROL Jigs? 

Lift the rod and turn the reel so that the rod bends nicely and gives smooth upward acceleration to the jig. This is called one pitch and can be 1 turn, 1/2 turn or 1/4 turn of the reel.  
The rod lift should start with rod tip down angled at 30 degrees to almost upright position. You can also vary the angle. If you keep the rod up-angled, the spring-up is stronger and the jig movement is more energetic. 
When you reach upright position wait the rod spring back up the tip and release the tension. The jig gets free and is carried by the momentum so this movement is performed differently by the type of jig. Some jigs slide to the side, some twirl, some suspend, lie on its side and fall. When the tension is released the center-balanced jig go in a horizontal position and this and the fall are the best moments for the fish to bite.
The fish targets the head or front of the motion so if it bites during the sliding of the jig it is likely to get hooked by the top hooks. If it bites during the fall it is likely to get hooked by the tail hooks.
Do not turn the reel while lowering your rod and it is important to focus on the tension of your line during the fall. You can perform a free fall or tension fall depending on the type of fish or the pattern of the day.
Pick up the jig by reeling just before you feel the jig weight at the rod tip. The timing is important and if you do not give enough time and you do not feel the jig weight it means that you canceled the falling and the next pitch is very weak. If you give too much time you are hanging the jig on the line and the jig is dead.
If during the falling you see the line slack for a longer time, it is very likely that a fish took the jig. Reel in until you feel a weight on the rod tip and if it moves hit it.
To land the fish keep your rod down and reel in steadily. The slow pitch jigging rods are made to hook fish not to land the fish. Let your reel land the fish and use the reel drag to do the job.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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