Using Metal Jigs is one of the most active and exciting methods in the LRF arsenal. Metal Jigs are available in a wide array of shapes, sizes and colours and can be fitted with small treble hooks, singles, or assists. The are normally cast out or jigged vertically in deep water. Sink-and-draw is a successful technique and fish will often attack the metal lure on-the-drop.
New purchase. Appeased my metal addiction with a couple of these awesome looking Balhae micro metal jigs from Damiki. At first they looked like stretched Quantum Mahi jigs but on the reverse side to the eye they have a nice cut away design. I’m looking forward to trying them once I swap the treble over to assists.
Really like these new Xesta After Burner Mini casting jigs, sourced from Art of Fishing while I was down in Cornwall. Not as cheap as the Quantum Mahi jigs but at £5.99 they aren’t the most expensive either. Great looking jig with a manic fluttering action. I took my recent Launce on the 7g version, as well as a ton of Pollock.
You gotta love the metals. #deadly
Black Bream caught on a Cultiva metal micro jig