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#11958023 - 11/30/16 05:41 AM The Art of Pitching a Jig!
ChrisPowellFishing Offline
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Registered: 09/16/11
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Jigs are definitely in my winter arsenal and they should be in yours! In this video I hit the water to teach the viewers how to properly pitch a Jig. Press play and enjoy! I hope the viewers can take something from this video and apply it out on the water! Please subscribe!Thanks for watching!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFlEHMpioe4
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#11958062 - 11/30/16 06:31 AM Re: The Art of Pitching a Jig! [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Great video Chris. I learned pitching from one of the best Dreabon Joiner. Anytime I'm target fishing I pitch because you can be more accurate and make a better presentation. Unfortunately for me I can't pitch left handed like you and I really need to work on that, it does get tiresome changing hands and I have lost a couple in the process of changing hands. I also do a lot of flipping when fish are holding real tight to cover like flooded willows and I'm dropping in a very small area like 4-5 inches. I use a 7'6 rod for that. It looks like you've got your reel set really loose too which is a necessity.
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#11958305 - 11/30/16 08:51 AM Re: The Art of Pitching a Jig! [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Good video

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#11959422 - 11/30/16 08:30 PM Re: The Art of Pitching a Jig! [Re: GIG'EM AGGIES]
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Originally Posted By: GIG'EM AGGIES
Great video Chris. I learned pitching from one of the best Dreabon Joiner. Anytime I'm target fishing I pitch because you can be more accurate and make a better presentation. Unfortunately for me I can't pitch left handed like you and I really need to work on that, it does get tiresome changing hands and I have lost a couple in the process of changing hands. I also do a lot of flipping when fish are holding real tight to cover like flooded willows and I'm dropping in a very small area like 4-5 inches. I use a 7'6 rod for that. It looks like you've got your reel set really loose too which is a necessity.
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#11959426 - 11/30/16 08:31 PM Re: The Art of Pitching a Jig! [Re: Chris_K]
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Originally Posted By: Chris_K
Good video


Thanks for watching!
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#11959510 - 11/30/16 09:23 PM Re: The Art of Pitching a Jig! [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Somehow I learned to pitch left-handed even though I cast right, a huge advantage.
I set my reel loose and thumb the spool.
Thumbing also helps for fish that jump right on it and you need to set the hook before you get a turn on the handle.
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#11959552 - 11/30/16 09:53 PM Re: The Art of Pitching a Jig! [Re: Rickmb]
ChrisPowellFishing Offline
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Originally Posted By: Rickmb
Somehow I learned to pitch left-handed even though I cast right, a huge advantage.
I set my reel loose and thumb the spool.
Thumbing also helps for fish that jump right on it and you need to set the hook before you get a turn on the handle.


Thanks For watching! Left handed is the way to go for sure!
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