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#1 glen

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Posted 25 February 2004 - 09:04 PM

Hi everyone (come stai? - how are you?),

I came across the following italian webpage and it seems to contain an interesting jig design. From my altavista translated version it seems to be saying the centre part of the jig slides up and down and this is somehow a good thing for hooking the squid.

Can anyone help me to understand what is being said here?

http://www.fishingsy....com/page4.html

Thanks very much,

Glen :cry:

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T1 : Mini totanara a luce led . Strattonandola si illumina . Dotata di un piombo leggero è particolarmente indicata per la pesca a bolentino su bassi e medi fondali .

T2 : Totanara fusto mobile . Quando il totano attacca l'esca fissata sul fusto mobile questo cade sugli spilli provocando l'aggancio del cefalopode . Indicato per medie e grandi profondità . Consigliabile l'utilizzo in abbinamento con il T5.

T3 : Totanara elettronica a luce led . Versione piccola . Una volta attivata emette flash di luce temporizzata .

T4 : Totanara elettronica a luce led . Versione grande . Una volta attivata emette flash di luce temporizzata .

T5 : Totanara fusto mobile elettronica a luce led . Quando il totano attacca l'esca fissata sul fusto mobile questo cade sugli spilli provocando l'aggancio del cefalopode . Indicato per grandi profondità .

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Posted 25 February 2004 - 11:18 PM

hey glen

i'm italian and from what i understand when the squid takes the jig a mobile peice falls and allows for the pins to go in deeper. i know very basic italian i'll get my dad to have a look at it tomorrow also it mentions something about a led that emits a temporary flash

cheers hope this helped you

pat.
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#3 glen

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Posted 27 February 2004 - 10:43 AM

thanks pat.

that confirms what i suspected. this seems like a pretty unique jig design. I certainly have never heard of this before.

thanks, glen :beer
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Posted 03 April 2004 - 12:49 AM

hey i like the idea of that.... from what i gather, as the squid is hooked it pulls back and the sliding piece pulls toward the hooks, jagginf the squid onto the hooks even more.... hey just purchased a 10 pk of glow in the dark jigs green ones... just the plastic jig style. cant wait for them to get here, going squiding tomorrow.....will report tomorrow night......
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