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Catching Snapper on Inchiku slow jigs

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    Posted: 25 Jun 2018 at 7:09am
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A fun day out west catching Snapper on slow jigs

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Not often we see land in your backgrounds Coxie. Good day out. (Apart from your electronics and breakfast 'issues'). Is there a way of mounting a pie-warmer on the 'ski?
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Interesting to see how shallow the reef rises to. 
Like your wrap for the kingi jig to prevent rod damage. Thumbs Up

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Haha a pie warmer on the ski would be perfect! I was thinking about lifting the seat and sitting it on the hot engine for 30 mins :)

That wrap is awesome for use on the ski, alot of companies make them but only narrow ones which my jigs always used to just slide out of, the 'Catch' one you see in that video is nice and wide, it'll hang onto a 300gram jig and protect the rod no problem at all. Saves me getting a head piercing from a flying jig in transit too
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Nice. That's pretty much my standard approach to fishing on the ski. 
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It's a really enjoyable way to fish isn't it? 
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It is because you catch lots of fish! Few things beat vertical fishing on to good sign. Slow pitch and casting micro jigs in shallow water are also getting my attention. One of the three styles normally gets me what I need. 
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