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#1 Salty_Dog

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 05:52 PM

Has anyone used these jigs???
At near on $30 each, they are quite a bit more expensive than even Yo-Zuri jigs.... so is the extra money worth it?
I can't really see anything special about them.... Perhaps people that have used them know more?

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Posted 13 August 2009 - 07:08 PM

Has anyone used these jigs???
At near on $30 each, they are quite a bit more expensive than even Yo-Zuri jigs.... so is the extra money worth it?
I can't really see anything special about them.... Perhaps people that have used them know more?

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Hi Salty Dog i have used the B colour allot it is fantastic in the last 2 years i would have cought 250 squid on that jig it is my go too jig. tonight i picked up 10 nice fish with it
i can only get it in size 3 now i have one size 2.5 left and am trying to get a few more if you know where we can get that colour please let me know. I can get the size 3 at mo tackle about $26
Regards Paul
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#3 Salty_Dog

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Posted 16 August 2009 - 07:01 AM

Cheers, Thanks Paul, yeah i looked at Mo Tackle also.

Mate you sure have good strike rate on that jig.... i have never owned a jig that colour before. Maybe i better add one to my range.
Where is your local fishery?
I'm down South Coast Victoria (Lorne / Apollo Bay).... went out Friday, plenty of fish starting to get around, small Pinkies, Flathead, Gummys and the usual rubbish fish... water was 13.9 degrees, so i didn't bother for a squid.
Might have a go next trip tho.

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Posted 17 August 2009 - 04:31 PM

Cheers, Thanks Paul, yeah i looked at Mo Tackle also.

Mate you sure have good strike rate on that jig.... i have never owned a jig that colour before. Maybe i better add one to my range.
Where is your local fishery?
I'm down South Coast Victoria (Lorne / Apollo Bay).... went out Friday, plenty of fish starting to get around, small Pinkies, Flathead, Gummys and the usual rubbish fish... water was 13.9 degrees, so i didn't bother for a squid.
Might have a go next trip tho.

Hi Salty Dog I fish around black rock over the winter in my tinny, fishing for snapper on plastics and squid up until november when the sea breezes start. Then head over to western port in my big boat for great fishing until April. then start the entire cycle again the water temp over here last week was 11.5.
I am trying to find that colour jig in 2.5 size if i have any luck i will let you know
Regards Paul
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Posted 17 August 2009 - 05:02 PM

Thanks mate, i will keep my eye out too
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