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Bottom Fishing Jigs

Revolutionary jigging style puts a new spin on bottom fishing.

January 23, 2013
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Cod love jigs, and it’s more fun than fishing with conventional bottom gear.
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This cod was fooled by a kabura-style jig.
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Black sea bass will readily take jigs too, and they’re great table fare.
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Once the jig hits the bottom, start cranking slowly to bring the jig up off the bottom to catch fish like this sea bass.
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You can fish the kabura jigs deep; this blueline tilefish bit in 300 feet of water.
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Kabura jigs require a somewhat different retrieve than more-traditional jigs.
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The jigs come in a wide variety of styles and colors, some of them quite unusual looking, but the large heads and undulating skirt action is decidedly effective.
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Pictured, a number of ways to rig kabura jigs.
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