Slow Pitch Jigging
Slow pitch jigging with Seafloor Control
Yener Güngör Nice video Totos!
23/07/2014 at 00:25
Is Long Fall technique more versatile than Slow Pitch?
Nathan Donoghue Great info!
16/07/2014 at 16:32
Pavlos Hadjiantonis Nice article. If one wants to make the most out of a fishing day then the only option is to try both variations.
16/07/2014 at 16:35
Jk Kim Good information. Love it
16/07/2014 at 16:39
16/07/2014 at 16:46
Isaac Chong As usual, fantastic writing!
16/07/2014 at 17:54
FishSha Holic Love it...!!!
16/07/2014 at 18:19
We are OK. We lost power for 6 hours. But now it's back on, and the wind changed to eastbound, which means here that we are getting out of the range.
No damage. Just sweaty t-shirt.
Faizzal Mohamad Nordin Omg hope you guys save...
08/07/2014 at 19:491
Nathan Donoghue I'm in Nagoya right now, my flight back is on Sunday.
08/07/2014 at 20:021
Joel Leong Hope everyone is safe
08/07/2014 at 20:271
Jk Kim Good luck
08/07/2014 at 20:291
Ben Wackett Stay safe Totos. The weather is fine here in Australia. Looking forward to your visit... One day!!
08/07/2014 at 20:341
Kelvin Chan Take care and be safe...
08/07/2014 at 20:441
Japanese Angler's Secrets Thank you guys. The typhoon just nudged us by the edge, but it was still a huge rip. It's always a close call eh? omg, we just the the power again...
08/07/2014 at 22:19
Nathan Donoghue When things calm down, will the fish go closer to shore?
08/07/2014 at 22:21
Japanese Angler's Secrets you should be all right nathan. it will be long gone by sunday. it weekens when it lands too. but you will have a hell of a rain this week.
08/07/2014 at 22:23
Japanese Angler's Secrets it depends on the fish nathan. but generally fish are hungry and things have been stirred up. fish will be active for the next couples of days.
08/07/2014 at 22:27
Nathan Donoghue I've read tai will go inshore after big waves calm down, I don't know if it's true.
I found seafloor control scout, 180g for 800¥. Is this weight ok for slow jerker 603?
09/07/2014 at 01:04
Japanese Angler's Secrets I think that's Japanese black porgy, which we call "black tai". they go frenzy near shore and river after storm. 180g scout with 603-3 sounds right.
09/07/2014 at 10:591
Nerdy knife talks.
I can't just throw away the heads and bones after making the broth.
Mottainai spirit is in my bones.
Nathan Donoghue Good job!
03/07/2014 at 00:451
Jk Kim Same as my mom Lol
04/07/2014 at 21:021
Thank you David for your report from Panama. Sounds like a rich ocean to fish in and also a tough field for the boat operation. What a cool painting you have on your boat too!
Hey Totos, finally got a couple of hours to try Slow pitch in the Bahamas. Cranky 200 gram was the winner of the day. It started out slow and the drop off is extreme here so was going from 150 feet to 600 feet in seconds. Finally got the drift right and started getting some contacts starting with this nice Snapper. Let a Black Jack, Small Grouper and Coral Cod go and kept another small snapper. Rain started so 1.5 hours in had dinner for the whole crew to tomorrow. David
Here's Manu in Martinique. SFC Rector 150g for a 5.5kg.
It looks like a bigeye trevally? You must be getting used to the new game by now. Good luck!
The grouper season's coming to Okinawa.
But I've had 2 recent fishing trips canceled due to the monsoon. My craving continues...
Joseph Theaker I'm here in Thailand . Its raining every day . Hopping for clear weather today .
18/06/2014 at 08:16
Kevin Ray Ray Tyree dang Cuzz, Sweet catch...i envy you :) ...anyways Keep on keepin' on from north carolina.
18/06/2014 at 08:391
Awed Ssirrom Shoogoiiiiii..m
18/06/2014 at 11:441
A 40kg Dogtooth Tuna at Io-jima, Kagoshima
SFC Rector Secret Model 230g Gold Red
Slow Jerker 603-4
Ocea Jigger 2000NR-HG
Super Fireline #2
Japanese Angler's SecretsさんがShiniti Ueharaさんの写真をシェアしました。
A big fat grouper just landed on Yumenomaru by the captain. Seafloor Control's new jig, Ark, is at the final check-up. Coming soon!!!
Kabura, Inchiku, and Tenya! Modified from the old traditional technique of Japanese fishermen, these games are now refined and very popular among modern anglers.
Fresh amberjack soft roe, charcoal grilled to perfection by my friend chef the other day. Prepared by washing with salt water and Sake, it's got no fishiness. Just the rich creamy chunk of energy!
Congratulations Ben! Great fish out of 250m deep!
Here's my report on Wednesday trip with some video footage.
They are many different slow pitch jigs now. They are center balanced, an asymmetry shape to slide to the side at the end of the pitch, a leaf like shape to perform some falling actions.
But there's no jig that works better than the other. Every jig has different properties and they are all suitable for certain situations and tactics.
Important thing for you is to really use them over time and get to know them. It takes time. First, every jig seems just that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Then if you watch close, you will see it works in certain conditions, to certain targets, with certain actions and certain setup.
I can give you advices on Seafloor Control jigs but not with others, simply because I'm not using them that much.
Jona Cath very nice
17/06/2014 at 14:40