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    Posted: 09 Aug 2019 at 7:59pm
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sorry Lethal (Eric) i didn't realise RIP you were a bloody GC, and helped me set up my very first boat. Was totally unaware. Loaned me trestles to paint a boat for 2 yrs was a top bloke. RIP
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I have fished inchikus lots on a spinning reel (4000 size). It does the job although youd probably would miss bites on the drop. have an okuma metaloid for jigs now
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intrested in knowing how many guys have fished inchikus with spin reels and opinions if you have any
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I suggest replacing the trebles on Buzz Bombs with a single - nasty thse trebles, (I think they are made in China). Rod Holder also has a wonderful fish catching action.
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Originally posted by Lethal Lethal wrote:

i am amazed no ones come up with a copy of the Buzz Bomb or reinvented it in some way,
there are a million different types now of Inchiku's jigs around....

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i like these connections Kaveman they look the business for sure...



I guess Chinese are making copies of Buzz Bomb. Saw one a few weeks back. You can call it a reinvented stuff :) :)
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Originally posted by Lethal Lethal wrote:

How Does it Work?
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Norihiro Sato, the creator of slow pitch jigging[/caption]Life always looks for easy targets to feed on. The easier the better. It’s the instinct.
Crippled bait fish make random movements, they dash and stop, dart in irregular directions, make flashing actions, and fall in the water. This is what the slow pitch jigging is trying to direct, tempting the fish eaters.

Slow pitch jigging is not slow reeling. It is a continuous sequence of stop and go in each pitches. Slow Pitch Jigging basically 1 pitch a second, and that tempo is very slow compared to the previous style of jigging.

1In the moment you give a pitch of reeling, the rod gives in nicely and bends, giving the smooth upward acceleration to the jig. 1 pitch can be 1 turn around, 1/2 turn, or 1/4 turn. You can jerk up the rod a little to each pitch, or not.

2After a pitch, you stop and hold the rod. In that moment the rod springs back up, releasing the power in a whip action so that the jig flies off free to the side. The center-balanced jig slides to the side and moves in a horizontal position for an instant. This is the typical moment that the chasing fish comes up for a bite.

3You can hold this moment for a little longer, or not. When you hold, you can lower the rod, preparing for the next jerk, also giving the slack of the line to free-fall the jig for a moment. The specialized jigs make all kinds of automatic actions here. This is also a popular moment for a bite.

4Give another pitch. This might be a moment that you realize that a fish made a bite in your previous step, free-falling. If not, keep on the continuous pitches. You can change all kinds of different inputs to your rod, speed, power, length, rhythm, width, timing and the combinations of all kinds of motions.

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You never know what triggers the fish to react to your jig, but basically, the slow-pitch jigging has learned that the more horizontal position the jig gets aligned, the more it attracts bites. Especially when free-falling. Maybe because the falling is a sign of weakness, either dying or running for a hide. We don’t know. But this is very true. Get the jig horizontal. And Let it fall.
Because there’s so many bites on the falls, now the new technique called “Long Fall Jerk” is spreading and all the specialized rods and jigs are already on the market.

This method has achieved tremendous results with all kids of fish. The groupers, codfish, rockfish and other bottom fish used to be not much the targets for the previous style of jigging. But now those delicious fish are our greatest customers with Slow Pitch Jigging. Tunas, amberjacks, yellowtails and other fast fish also like this slow moving and falling jigs, and a lot of times, better than hi-speed jigging, oddly enough.

It all sounds good right? It catches more fish. Easy and fun.
I think it’s deeper a game. You have more choices. You are in charge of all the little things to make a difference. By the time you know what I’m talking about, you are deeply addicted to this game. Like me.


Thanks a bunch mate. Insightful info. The method, I am sure, works with all kinds of fish. 
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Eric, nice video- I have a Jitterbug rod and love the full length bend it gets but he says he's using a pink jitterbug and pink skirt? Looks more like what they refer to as 'leopard pink' with pillow like spots. Same thing I guess.
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Perhaps you might also like to check out the how-to and product information videos linked in my signature (scroll to 'videos and tips') - to very briefly show why something is designed the way it is. All the rods, lures and tackle are specifically designed and tested here, and used successfully by thousands of NZ anglers each year to catch snapper and kingfish, and there's some very cool new stuff that's oh so nearly finished coming soon too. The aim of some of the new 'things' coming here is to de-mystify (de- b.s.) , improve and simplify this way of catching fish, good things take time but not far away now!

Kaveman - your twin assist hook rigs look very effective, nice length too.

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if you can find one of the Ocean Anglers Jitterbug rods you would be onto a winner, they work just as well on Kabura lures to. so makes it a pretty good all rounder.
they are not cheap at $250 but u might just find one at FCO closing down sale.
check out the action in the video.


Thanks for everything you did for us Eric. may you rest in peace, You were one of the real legends of NZ recreational fishing
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Look at the okuma komodo. It probably the best all round low profile bait caster in the 300 size.it has clicker on it for stray lining etc.I also have lexa300hsp and love it but if I replace it.it will be with the komodo.also the okuma warranty was painless with a no questions asked.I also had no receipt.was on a budget $99 bait caster. They gave me a new one and the old one back for spare spool etc.was impressed With there customer service
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Citrix will last a lot longer on the back of your ski mate
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Hi Team, fishing Inchiku's, Slow jigs, Karubu and the likes around the Gulf. Need a new reel or rod and reel, after pros - cons from anyone with the Okuma Citix 364 vers Daiwa 300 HSP.

Well not a big fan of Okuma in the past I here they are better now and only half the price of the Daiwa.

Any help appreciated
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Originally posted by Far Quirk Far Quirk wrote:

Hi Kaveman

Which end should you tie onto?  The end where the hookset is?


Yes mate, same end where hooks attached
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Hi Kaveman

Which end should you tie onto?  The end where the hookset is?
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Well after 2 months waiting, my new Casting Jigs have finally arrived.

I have named them CJ for short( also initials of my favourite rod builderLOL )and will use the weight at the end so CastingJig 30g will called CJ30

ATM, i only have 30 and 40g models in 4 colours as pictured below

I also have replacement hooksets that will be available ONLY to those that buy my Casting jigs.
they come in a 3 pkt and i have not seen anything comparable in NZ
All hooksets use the same 1/0 hooks and kevlar assist cord that i use on all my inchiku models so you can be very assured that the quality is 100%

this one has light pink rubber skirt over tassles

these ones look like whitebait

Last ones are more purple skirt over tassles

I will load all these new models onto my website tomorrow. The rigged  CJ jigs will be $5 each and the replacement hooksets will be $9 pkt of 3

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Yes doubles only, never thought of doing singles but after testing the doubles and the success i had, only went with those
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Thanks for posting that.
Are they doubles only? any singles rigged like that?
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Originally posted by Redfinger Redfinger wrote:

Hi Kaveman 
-what do you suggest to replace the micro jig hooks when they get blunt. You have a very small length of assist and a then of course a really sharp hook that must be very high quality.
A couple of imported damiki backdrop casting 30gr models and a couple of shimano micros have had a real pasting in the last two weeks!


I have replacement hooksets arriving this week hopefully  with my micro jigs so will post up pics of finished sets when they arrive but hopefully they will look like the this

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Hi Kaveman 
-what do you suggest to replace the micro jig hooks when they get blunt. You have a very small length of assist and a then of course a really sharp hook that must be very high quality.
A couple of imported damiki backdrop casting 30gr models and a couple of shimano micros have had a real pasting in the last two weeks!
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cool will be all over these aswell.will wait untill they arrive and add them to the slow pitch jig order i was going to make!also with GG once you buy jigs at Kavemans prices its super hard to bring yourself to pay retail on the "branded" jigs when you know you can get 2-3 kaveman jigs for same coin.
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