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Old 04-15-2018, 10:55 AM
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Did anyone go to the very informative seminar at the Reel Seat? Anyone going to try it? I bought a Centaur Constellation rod and an Accurate Valiant Boss 300 from the Reel Seat. Cannot wait to try it out on fluke and sea bass.
http://www.centauranglerschoice.com/...tellation.html
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Old 04-17-2018, 02:01 PM
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Default Re: Slow Pitch Jigging

I was there. I have a Kevin Bogan Fluke rod that I am happy with. Can't see pitching expensive jigs in snaggy areas for Sea Bass or Tog.

Then in Skinners lasts vid he is using a slow pitch rod with a conventional tog jig for tog. He didn't get any big ones with it would have like to see how the rod worked on a bigger fish.
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Old 04-18-2018, 06:06 AM
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Did anyone go to the very informative seminar at the Reel Seat? Anyone going to try it? I bought a Centaur Constellation rod and an Accurate Valiant Boss 300 from the Reel Seat. Cannot wait to try it out on fluke and sea bass.
http://www.centauranglerschoice.com/...tellation.html
You will also have fun slow pitch jigging stripers with that outfit.
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Old 06-07-2018, 09:33 AM
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Default Re: Slow Pitch Jigging

How does slow pitch jigging work for fluke?

I usually do fast short vertical jigging bucktails when fluking like skinner.
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Old 06-08-2018, 10:11 PM
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How does slow pitch jigging work for fluke?

I usually do fast short vertical jigging bucktails when fluking like skinner.
After dropping your jig into the strike zone, the first turn of the handle loads the soft tip of the rod, since slow-¬pitching requires rods with this action. “The tip snaps the jig up and then the jig free-falls in the strike zone. After a couple of short seconds, that fall ends, so you have to develop a cadence, making quarter-turns or half-turns of the reel methodically to load the rod. Usually, I make five or six cranks, and then I free-spool the jig back down.”
Because of the specific types of jigs used, the presentation mimics a disabled baitfish fluttering instead of fleeing.
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