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“Jigging, of course, doesn't mean fishing the lure only straight up and down.”
“Jigging involves the use of a jigging rod or hand line and a small jigging spoon or lure which is often "sweetened" with a piece of bait.”
“Jigging poles, jigs, wax worms, tip ups, minnows, and the most important ice fishing tool, a case of beer!”
“But I like using "Jigging Shad Raps" made by Rapala.”
“Jigging with spoons works occasionally but pike can be sluggish in cold water and most times wont chase anything moving too fast.”
“Jigging the numbers. by Joe Vignolo on Sunday, May 3, 2009 at 3: 32: 26 PM”
“But Tommy was not a politician, he was a rock star, and when it came to a choice between Jigging with suits or cracking onto a beautiful girl, there was no choice.”
“Jigging requires knowledge of the local area to determine where and when it can be used.”
“Jigging is a low-cost, low-energy technique that does not require bait.”
“Jigging burro trains went up and down with water; eighteen-mule freighters trailed in with supplies in a wake of tawny dust.”
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