Depends on what the squid want. I've caught with all diff setups, usually one setup outperforms the others on
any given night. I will say that the jigs with heavier weights under the eyes dont catch as well as the suspended
or really slow sinking. If you need to fish bottom then you go with a 2-4 oz sinker and a suspended (floating)
or very slow sinking jigs. A few nights I used very slow sinking tied directly to line. The squid were on top (top 5 ft
of water) they would rush up to it and stop just short, feeler would come out and touch side of jig and pull back
then slowly back off. Took care of that problem with spray on scent, it did help as they touched the jig then
grabbed it. The scent had to have made the diff. Not only that but I usually use the small china made jigs
that you can get 6-8 for same price as one Yamis.