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Micro-Jigging for panfish i believe is the hottest and most productive method for panfish in the sport! yet is not even discussed!!! let your secrets out on how you use this technique to tag the big ones as well as to fill the cooler.
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...Micro-Jig Version of the "Spring Cricket"1/64 oz Jig #10 Bronze hookContinue
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by Mark Sleeper Feb 23, 2020.
Tungsten slotted beads… who’s using the versatility of the beads in their Micro-fishing methods and How?...…Continue
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by Slip Sinker Nov 21, 2018.
No easier way to enter the Micro-Jigging Methodology of panfishing then with tungsten… it’s heavy and compact nearly twice the weight of lead describe your technique and setups using tungsten. Pro's…Continue
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by Kelly Peterson Nov 4, 2018.
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Started by Slip Sinker Nov 4, 2018.
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...thanks for joining Mark!...it's a GULP Pink Waxie
thanks for the add to the group , what was the jig tipped with the pink thing
Thanks Marvin for the kind words! I love helping fellow fisherman out! If I have any form of success or failure… I share! Just 6 short years ago I was just an avg Joe fisherman when it came to panfish especially Lepomis. Now I’m an addicted fisherman! … and I have largely this site and contributors to also thank!
There has been no other form of b.gill fishing method in my book that could even come close to fishing productivity than micro-jigging for them.
Those blurry pics at Chuck and Debs could use some updating but the site looks like good prices and availability for micro stuff.
...welcome aboard David!
thanks for the tips on Chukanddebs.com.... i see they have a great selection on micro sized jigs including ice jigs.
Good Post Tracy ! Thanks Allen !Chuck and Deb huh . never ordered from them but might have to .Carl has mentioned that outlet quite a few times.
I have used beaded jigs 8" above a pounding dropper bell sinker through the ice with results .I can see trying that from a boat if the wind is down .,as an alternative to float fishing . It might be a good summer technique .Last time I found decent Gills they were in 20 ' of water outside a weed line. Drifting slowly over them with a vertical approach ice fishing set up sounds good .
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