Shore Jigging

Shore jigging in spinning z obale
ribičPesa
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Re: Shore Jigging

Odgovor Napisal/-a ribičPesa » 09 Apr 2020, 19:17

Top članke ma tale možakar :yeah:. Sam nisem na fbju in sem vesel takih razlag, hvala Blaž. Moram rečt, da sem na začetku moje ribiške poti večinoma silikonce vlačil, kot opisujeta zgornja diagrama v prispevku. Temu primeren je bil tudi ulov. Sem se bal vedno, da bom zapel in tudi sem :oops:, velikokrat. Po nekaj kilometrih prakse pa sem zadevo bolj naštudiral in se približal sliki s tretjega diagrama, kar se je tudi izkazalo za uspešno. Še vedno pa se dogaja da sem pa tja kdaj zapnem, sploh če lovim na terenih, ki jih ne poznam. Se veselim še večih takih člankov. Mene angleščina ne moti :bwahaha:. Sem pa v italijanščini total avtsajder, gledam sam slikce kot majhen otrok.
Pa brez zamere @sova
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sova
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Re: Shore Jigging

Odgovor Napisal/-a sova » 09 Apr 2020, 19:32

Sej ni problem, samo bi tudi jaz kaj naštudiral pa mi branje angleščine ne gre ravno od rok. Je pa italjanščina tista, ki jo obvladam. Tudi jaz kar je videov v angleščini bolj gledam kot poslušam. :mrgreen: :lol:

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Re: Shore Jigging

Odgovor Napisal/-a špeci » 09 Apr 2020, 20:23

Tudi, če poznaš teren boš zgubil vabo.(prej ali slej popusti koncentracija) Sova jaz sploh nisem bral, sej slikce vidiš pa je. :bwahaha: Pri pelagični ribi mal hitreje navijaš, pri talni pa moliš, da vabo vržeš pred gobec. :yeah:
sej bo :damn:

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Re: Shore Jigging

Odgovor Napisal/-a BlazPorenta » 12 Apr 2020, 13:30

Novi prispevek Berk G. Ipek-a (se vedno velja, da bom ob prvi priliki tudi prevedel):

Ok guys ,
Todays topic : irregular jigs (alternating sides ) slow , fast or any other on basics .

As we all know some of the most "legendary" jig models are irregular jig designs ..
But why ?

Answer lies in the physics of the water and angles deflecting it .. match this with weight positioning center , mass -weight ratio of material , and sizing you end up with a legendary lure ...
A lure and especially a jig is all about its act and action sink speed and how it sinks , own movement type in straight direction , and reactions to additional speed changes .
Without those a jig ( no matter how good its finished) is a painted piece of metal !

Now again below images i tried explaining some facts about how and why ?

1 - On left drawing , you see an irregular jig under constant retrieve it has the narrowed head design to harbor assist hooks that are pushed to the side of it by water pressure and also has some slight wobble because of the one side prismatic design like a keel ..
So when you retrieve an irregular jig it already has some action intact like a boat on waves .
On right drawing , the fall pattern visible (i tried to show the jig from side and arrows explains the forces of movement because angles work in random combination there ) on free fall as usual assist hook parachute themselves up but unlike most jigs on irregular models there is a slight angle to that act which with added flutter and twist can result in very enticing assist movement on fall if the assist are decorated (octopus , tinsel , lureflash) ...
Also the wider tail section of those models tend to act downward while heavier prismatic side tries to take over the sink act which imbalancing whole action and as a result whole action becomes revolving alternating and repetitive correcting itself process...
Now , imagine that happening in fast pace !
Lively fall isnt it ?

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2- On second image , drawing left is depicting the whole surface to bottom track of the fall ..
Remember re correcting imbalance repeating itself , in no tension and under water freely falling those corrections becomes changes in trajectory which simply means lure changing directions all by itself untill touching the bottom !!
The middle drawing top , is frontal (sloppy) drawing of an irregular jig and depicting the flat and heavy side .. so yes those jigs are heavy on one of their sides which makes em move erratic !
The middle drawing down , is forces and tendency of reaction on every jerk angler makes .. remember the tail is heavy and trying to pull back and one side is heavy trying to correct that to paralel .. add a force that darts this physics working metal piece forward and adds another force ..
Now balance act will be caught everytime in non correct angle this makes every dart in a different angle and at speed it looks like side to side action that anglers are very accustomed to via minnow lures ....
That act happens just because drawing left the "irregular sides " one having angles other being near flat !

How to get the best out of those lures ?

Now , colors , sizes , weight , brand , model , metal type etc. i can count hundred variables to you to achieve success ...
But one thing always stays same "never stay monotone in act and always cover the depth right "

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3 - Use it to max advantage !
You see an angler in the drawing casting an irregular jig and letting it free fall to bottom on its own appeal meanwhile watching the line while doing it because hits often come on sink !
After touchdown angler does 7 or 8 even 10 pitch jerks on retrieve in rhytm with reel (speed depends on jig type) and kills it (a total stop for a second ) then opens the bail arm on reel to let it sink again free fall ...

Until now flutters alternating flashes darts direction changes rhytm change and depth chage happened !!

As long as cast distance and bottom structure also depth permits anglers repeats that process over and over ....

Searching all the zone missing no area ..

Until angler sees the line entering water near drop off of shore , now angler need to correct all his lure and needs to find absolute straight between his lure and rod to avoid snagging !

Last touchdown done , jerks and retrieve is sensible at most as between jig and rod tip line angle near most vertical now ...
This also means angler can fine tune his act to give the jig most lively act in most expected strike area !

Middle of the rise angler slows the pace just a bit and loses the syncrony between reel turn and jerks intentionally (now jig also has panic bait action ) and instantly corrects back to normal pitch jerk and retrieve to surface the lure .....

Now , in the scenario above nearly no fish possibility missed and the irregular jigs act used to the max even anglers skill used to even top it !!

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Last of all ;
There are ways to modify , rig , variation by assist hooks and even knowing the fishing ground well tricks to even further perform the lure ..
But i leave those to you guys imagination and expecting to see new ways invented 😉

And dont be crossed with me about not telling all ..
We have an old saying in my country ,
"The best wrestlers know 40 tricks but teaches 39 of those "

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