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#12423649 - 09/12/17 09:15 AM vertical or horizontal line tie?
Lunkers425 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 02/07/17
Posts: 12
Just want to get some thoughts and opinions on what you guys prefer,

Vertical or Horizontal line ties on your Jigs?

Thanks in advance!

#12423656 - 09/12/17 09:21 AM Re: vertical or horizontal line tie? [Re: Lunkers425]
LinkLowrance Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 07/06/15
Posts: 554
Loc: On the Wheel
60 degree horizontal for me. Line thru is also nice, like you see on Jig X (Tournament Edge) jigs

#12423738 - 09/12/17 10:03 AM Re: vertical or horizontal line tie? [Re: Lunkers425]
bigbass94 Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 05/27/12
Posts: 4479
Loc: San Antonio, Texas
I prefer vertical for flipping and horizontal for football jigs.
"If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles." - Doug Larson

#12423792 - 09/12/17 10:38 AM Re: vertical or horizontal line tie? [Re: Lunkers425]
cadman Offline

Registered: 06/02/17
Posts: 50
Loc: IL
60 degree vertical for me.
"Practice, practice and more practice, and if you think you're good practice some more". circa 2006, Cadman

#12423880 - 09/12/17 11:39 AM Re: vertical or horizontal line tie? [Re: Lunkers425]
collincountytx Online   content
TFF Guru

Registered: 04/08/08
Posts: 16657
Loc: Dallas, TX
Vertical vs Horizontal can be interpreted as position of the eye on the nose vs top of the jig head and also as in line with the hook vs perpendicular to the hook.

Regardless, this is what I prefer

Originally Posted By: collincountytx
(eye in front of jig head)--typically will flip, swim, and fall through grass, timber, and other vegetation better.

(eye on top of jig head) --Falls more vertically. Typically will stand up better and can be dragged along rocks with less damage to the line.


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