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#1 paulo

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Posted 24 August 2007 - 03:47 PM

This question goes out to anyone who have used light squid jigs and have any feedback to give me!

Sellers of these items need not reply, unless they have proof of capture with light jig ( short film snippet) :-)

I just wanna know if its worth a try, just saw them for sale online and got curious whether its a fad/waste of money.

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#2 spoold

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Posted 25 August 2007 - 08:11 AM

This question goes out to anyone who have used light squid jigs and have any feedback to give me!

Sellers of these items need not reply, unless they have proof of capture with light jig ( short film snippet) :-)

I just wanna know if its worth a try, just saw them for sale online and got curious whether its a fad/waste of money.

Thanks


I have tried them and only caught 1 squid @ 500grm,maybe just a quiet day?? they do work but batteries go flat quick,mine was a sealed jig now totally useless!! :th
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Posted 25 August 2007 - 01:41 PM

I have tried them and only caught 1 squid @ 500grm,maybe just a quiet day?? they do work but batteries go flat quick,mine was a sealed jig now totally useless!! :th



i havent used them myself. but i've seen people used them and caught squids with them, might be slightly more effective then conventional jigs i would imagine. But again quality is the key, and thats what these jigs lack of. many people told me that LED jigs on ebay are almost "once-off", corroded, flatted out after only a few uses... i guess you can still use the battery-dead jigs just like a normal jig, not sure about their buoyancy.
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