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Sea Fishing Slow Jigging Lure Metal BaitShore Artificial Fishing Hook

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Place of Origin: Shandong, China

Brand Name: Sunrise

Certification: ISO

Model Number: 422

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Sea Fishing Slow Jigging Lure

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Slow Jigging Lure Metal BaitShore

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BaitShore Artificial Fishing Hook

Product Name:
Metal Artificial BaitShore Fishing Hook
Material:
Metal
Type:
Artificial Hard Bait
Eyes:
3D Lure Eyes
Weight:
100g 120g 150g
Fishing Lure Type:
Freshwater Casting, Freshwater Trolling Lure, Saltwater Catsing, Saltwater Trolling Lure, Jigging Lures, Metal Lures
Category:
Lure
Position:
STREAM, River, Lake, Ocean Beach Fishing, Ocean Boat Fishing, Ocean Rock Fshing, Reservoir Pond
Product Name:
Metal Artificial BaitShore Fishing Hook
Material:
Metal
Type:
Artificial Hard Bait
Eyes:
3D Lure Eyes
Weight:
100g 120g 150g
Fishing Lure Type:
Freshwater Casting, Freshwater Trolling Lure, Saltwater Catsing, Saltwater Trolling Lure, Jigging Lures, Metal Lures
Category:
Lure
Position:
STREAM, River, Lake, Ocean Beach Fishing, Ocean Boat Fishing, Ocean Rock Fshing, Reservoir Pond
Sea Fishing Slow Jigging Lure Metal BaitShore Artificial Fishing Hook

Sea Fishing Slow Jigging Lure Metal Artificial BaitShore Fishing Hook

 

Length
10cm
10.5cm
11cm
Weight
100g
120g
150g

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How to Use a Jigging Lure:
Select the Right Size: Choose a jigging lure that matches the size of the fish you're targeting and the depth you want to fish at. Heavier lures are needed for deeper water and larger fish.
Drop and Retrieve: Drop the jigging lure to the desired depth by allowing it to sink. Then, use a series of jerks or upward motions to make the lure rise and fall in the water column. This erratic motion imitates the movement of injured or fleeing prey.
Vary the Speed and Depth: Experiment with the speed and depth of your jigging motion to find what works best for the specific fish you're targeting. Some fish prefer a slower, more deliberate jig, while others may respond better to a faster, more aggressive one.
Pay Attention to Strikes: Be ready for strikes, as fish often hit the jigging lure on the descent or when it pauses. When you feel a strike or see a line twitch, set the hook by quickly lifting your rod tip.
Retrieve and Repeat: After each jigging cycle, retrieve the line slightly to maintain tension and control. Then repeat the jigging motion.
Use a Sensitive Rod: A sensitive rod with a good backbone is essential for detecting subtle strikes while jigging.
Jigging lures with hooks are versatile and can be used to target a wide range of species, including bass, walleye, pike, and various saltwater fish. The key to success is experimenting with different jigging techniques and lure colors to match the local baitfish and fish preferences.

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Components of a Jigging Lure with Hook:
Jig Head: The main body of the lure is typically a weighted jig head. The weight helps the lure sink quickly to the desired depth and maintain proper control during jigging.
Hook: Jigging lures have a single or multiple hooks attached to the jig head. The hooks are usually strong and sharp, capable of securely hooking and holding onto fish.
Skirt or Tail: Many jigging lures come with a skirt or soft plastic tail that adds lifelike movement and attracts fish. These skirts or tails can imitate the appearance of baitfish or other prey.
Assist Hooks: Some jigging lures have additional hooks or assist hooks, often made of strong and corrosion-resistant materials, to increase hooking chances when a fish strikes.