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ChrisTaylor
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Re: Squid reports

Postby ChrisTaylor » Sat Apr 07, 2018 8:37 am

It's in the technique, I think. You can bounce a jig along the bottom in the same way you'd work a soft plastic. No need for a sinker.



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Re: Squid reports

Postby Jucfishing » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:39 pm

Anyone caught anything over the Geelong/Queenscliff side of the bay?

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Re: Squid reports

Postby smile0784 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:34 pm

ChrisTaylor wrote:It's in the technique, I think. You can bounce a jig along the bottom in the same way you'd work a soft plastic. No need for a sinker.

You dont want the squid jig to hit the bottom cos it will snag and you mite loose it.
The idea is to cast wait 5 seconds to sink, jig / jerk 2 to 3 times, wind, let sink till its almost near the bottom and repeat.
The squid will see it and come from the bottom and follow and attack if it wants
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Re: Squid reports

Postby Lightningx » Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:09 am

smile0784 wrote:
ChrisTaylor wrote:It's in the technique, I think. You can bounce a jig along the bottom in the same way you'd work a soft plastic. No need for a sinker.

You dont want the squid jig to hit the bottom cos it will snag and you mite loose it.
The idea is to jig, wind, let sink till its almost near the bottom and repeat.
The squid will see it and come from the bottom and follow and attack if it wants

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