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Fishing Docks in the Fall #13787454 11/28/20 05:53 PM
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Hey TFF,

Hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving week I fished a local lake and was able to connect with a pattern of skipping jigs on docks. Hope you like it and thanks for watching! JN



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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13787490 11/28/20 06:27 PM
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Excellent video James, thanks for sharing!


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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13787508 11/28/20 06:47 PM
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Enjoyed the video. Thanks for sharing. thumb


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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13787671 11/28/20 08:47 PM
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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13787882 11/29/20 12:04 AM
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Nice fish there.

Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13787883 11/29/20 12:04 AM
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Nice fish there from he dock.

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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13787887 11/29/20 12:07 AM
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Thanks, great video


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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13788134 11/29/20 03:44 AM
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Great video James! I was fortunate to live on Lake Norman and Andy helped me a ton with skipping jigs on docks. Agree completely with the shorter rod and same action. I use a 6ā€™8ā€ MH but Iā€™m not not very tall so the shorter rod helps.

Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13789322 11/30/20 01:11 PM
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Great video James

Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: Patta-whack] #13789668 11/30/20 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Patta-whack
Great video James! I was fortunate to live on Lake Norman and Andy helped me a ton with skipping jigs on docks. Agree completely with the shorter rod and same action. I use a 6ā€™8ā€ MH but Iā€™m not not very tall so the shorter rod helps.


cool....Andy Montgomery is the best or at least on the very short list of great caster/skippers in my opinion!


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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13789670 11/30/20 06:10 PM
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Re: Fishing Docks in the Fall [Re: James Niggemeyer] #13790280 12/01/20 02:17 AM
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Nice work James. GREAT tip about not keeping too much line on your skipping reel! If I could offer one little bit of positive criticism. When showing a "how to" video like this one, because of the camera angle (I assume this is a chest mount go pro) we can't actually see your bait skipping. Your left arm is blocking out the actual cast. Not sure how to adjust it, but if we could see the actual cast it would be nice! Always enjoy your videos!


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