Slow Pitch Jigging
Maybe Seafloor Control Scout may work great in free-drifting situation. Anyone wants to prove it?
Nathan Donoghue I picked up a couple from a bargain bin in a japanese tackle store a year or so ago. I may get the chance to try one this weekend if the weather is ok.
02/03/2015 at 17:041
Japanese Angler's Secrets Looking forward to your feedback Nathan!
02/03/2015 at 23:18
After the first field trip with Slow Jerker, other rods feel like broom sticks now.
Ralph Condelli I should be a photographer ha
01/03/2015 at 16:19
And here's Satawat also in Burma Bank with a Bigeye Trevally on Spunky. Nice reel bro!!
Here's Aidil with a GT in Burma Banks. Great catch! Look at how tiny Gawky 220g looks at its lips!
A happy Chinese new year to you!!
Be open-minded and creative. Keep playing with your tackle in different situations.
Just try not to reel while you bring down the rod. This is the most common mistake as everyone is so used to pumping the rod. Swimming and falling is the big part of slow pitch tactics. By reeling while bringing down the rod, you are canceling the juicy movements that is built in the jigs. Don't kill the hangtime!
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Japanese Angler's Secrets What's up?
24/02/2015 at 01:331
Isaac Chong What do you think about the new coming PHPJ-606L? Power wise above PSLJ603-6 but below PHPJ-600?
24/02/2015 at 01:36
Japanese Angler's Secrets Yes, it's cool. High pitch with a light jig in the shallow. But it's actually for the deep. Like 300m to 600m.
25/02/2015 at 00:161
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Darren Cook Well, I'm sorry that you're forced to eat this fast food...
18/02/2015 at 17:18
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18/02/2015 at 18:24
Darren Cook I know you'll do your best.
18/02/2015 at 18:27
Lance Jansen If that's work over there then I just have to turn Japanese!
18/02/2015 at 18:36
Japanese Angler's Secrets I know what you are thinking, but it's not what it looks like. It's a business trip!
18/02/2015 at 20:02
The best fish scaler ever!
This is it!
My search for the best scaler is over.
Jeremy Tan This is quite amazing, can I purchase this online?
15/02/2015 at 19:511
Oliverow TwentyThree Wow!! Perfect tools!
15/02/2015 at 21:241
Kitidas Punyashthiti I need one of this.
15/02/2015 at 22:471
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15/02/2015 at 23:051
Mohamed Mustafa Salma Ahmad Alsoudi
16/02/2015 at 02:29
Khacc Fishing Club My wife is gonna love this she gives me grief for the mess I make.
16/02/2015 at 07:281
Japanese Angler's Secrets Yes, my wife is happier than ever!
16/02/2015 at 07:54
Khacc Fishing Club Mitchell Burge wanna make the lady happy?
17/02/2015 at 10:25
60kg tuna with PE1.5!!! Great catch!
Tamer Ahmed Salem Amr Moselhy
Tarek Abo Al Saad
Amr Gamal El Din
14/02/2015 at 22:563
Mark Crewe Amazing
15/02/2015 at 10:18
Randy Chin If this is 170cm this 2 dude must be over 2m
16/02/2015 at 06:39
William Reid Wow amazing capture
16/02/2015 at 07:34
Everyone is looking for this reel...
Well, we got one coming! Who wants it? First come first serve.
Gear ratio: 7.2
Max Drag: 6,0kg (lever drag)
Max retrieve per crank: 106cｍ
Line load: PE1.5 x 650m, PE2.0 x 500m, PE2.5 x 400m
Ball bearings: 9
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Oceanus is, of course, one of the best slow pitch jigging reels in the present market. Sato Sensei approved.
It's got the high quality gears and bearings. You can count on its durability. It's smaller and less powerful than SOM L50Hi, and about the same price. They are the 2 best. Oceanus for lighter game. L50Hi for heavier game.
Chris Pfrunder Luke Ryan
14/02/2015 at 19:29
Slow pitch jigging in Greece. I hear slow pitch jigging is getting really popular there.
Slow pitch jigging in Maladives.
Mohd Sazali Salleh Matahari Lb
09/02/2015 at 08:591
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXgtt0mRyic....Today I found a nice page with video fantastic! even though I love the vertical jigging, I try to get interested now to the technique of Slow Pitch with you ......... this video is for you! ...http://pinogentile1958onlyfishing.blogspot.it
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03/02/2015 at 22:441
Gidong Kim Always thanks for your helpful posts
03/02/2015 at 23:123
Nathan Donoghue No worries, keep up the good work it's very interesting and well done!
04/02/2015 at 21:561
Japanese Angler's Secrets Thank you guys, for your compliments and encouragements. I'm so grateful for all the trust and respect everyone always pays for me.
05/02/2015 at 08:362
How to choose slow pitch jigging rod.
But after all, what rod you choose is not as important as what you learn in that process.
Frank Karapinar Thank you for your in-depth reply
25/01/2015 at 10:291
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I will doing slow jigging in water depth about 300m for big grouper (20-30kg). What line should I put on the reel? I was thinking PE4? or will that be too thick to use?
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Deepsea jigging is getting popular but there's a lot to explore. It's hard to tell what the best setting would be.
I just tell you what we normally do here in Japan.
We use PE1.2 or PE1.5. It's recommended to load 600m.
For the kind of water volume that the line will be catching at this depth, PE2.0 is too heavy, and you won't feel your jig.
It may sound too light to you. But most of the tension will be absorbed by the length of the line and the water volume on it. It's almost impossible for the tractive force of the swimming to break the line at this length.
But you have to be extra cautious about the friction and damages on the line. You can really damage the line when you load the line on the reel. And loose load and uneven load can create friction that cuts the line so easily.
Szksp Zek how about weight of the jig..100~200grm...if it's ok,, to use the same spec of the rod PE1.2~PE1.5
10/02/2015 at 13:45
Japanese Angler's Secrets You can choose the lightest possible weight as usual. It depends on the wind & current situations and also on your boat operation.
You can always focus on either one of 2 different action tone. Strong tone to uplift and pitch the jig to swim on its own. Or soft tone to lift slowly and free fall with the jig' natural actions.
At this depth, strong actions are only possible with high pitch tackle. With slow pitch tackle, soft action is the only option you have. So we don't care much about the rod to jig weight balance. It's very soft anyway. You can do a 400g jig on 603-3 rod if necessary.
10/02/2015 at 14:261
It was so rough that I don't remember much. But I did go out on Sunday. I think... Because fish is here.
Instant cure for seasick.
Do you have any other ideas?
Kitidas Punyashthiti Take a dip in the sea.
17/01/2015 at 17:151
Manuel Greenland Guys - call Takapuna Pharmacy on Hurstmere Rd, Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand - it is the end of sea sickness.
19/01/2015 at 18:181
Nathan Donoghue Thea, how're things? Scotty gets sea sick a bit so here's something he may be interested in?
21/01/2015 at 13:13
Do you know "Ebing"?
Kew K J Kaijing Hi, I have been using this locally in singapore and sometimes overseas especially when the current is slow and fish are not active or when the fish are eating something very small. This is one I bent myself using a stainless steel wire. I usually use a small rubber lure behind it.
17/01/2015 at 00:301
Japanese Angler's Secrets Hi Kew. OK. Someone knows. Some people asked me what it is. Is it popular in Singapore?
17/01/2015 at 00:401
Kew K J Kaijing Actually no. Because it is not a conventional fishing method here. I too saw mr seikai did it many years ago on a daiwa video. At first I just tied a 1m fluorocarbon line to the back of the jig but I had to improvise because the line will tangle with the main leader. Also I cant find spreader like this in the shops in singapore. But for me, this method have proven very effective for many species even groupers if u jig it slowly.
17/01/2015 at 00:453
Kitidas Punyashthiti I have tried Ebing but without success yet, will give it more time on the next trip.
17/01/2015 at 02:142
Amr Gamal El Din Hi, would you please tell.me where I can buy the ebing online
17/01/2015 at 05:011
Japanese Angler's Secrets Sure, I can help you. Send me PM.
17/01/2015 at 15:44
Wong Kiong Ching Kc Hi. Usually how deep we try using this method?
17/01/2015 at 23:25
Japanese Angler's Secrets This method was originally created to target floating tunas in the open water. But we are finding it works in the shallow water too when the boat is drifting and you are diagonal with the jig. Imagine the jig is swimming along the bottom with the plastic following, and the fishing are looking up and watching!
18/01/2015 at 00:021