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TROLLING TECHNIQUE

Posted by Paul Hughes on December 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Fill your TERMINAL LURES Squid jig as described in JIGGING TECHNIQUE, put about a one foot (300mm) leader between your Squid jig and your sinker and troll slowly behind your Boat. The TERMINAL LURES squid jig will leave an irresistible scent trail while slowly spinning and flashing that high chrome and color finish, bringing on a strike from even the fussiest Squid.

Jigging

Posted by Paul Hughes on December 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Open the snap swivel, put as much bait into the lure as you can fit, so the bait bulges from the sides, close the TERMINAL LURES Squid Jig and snap swivel. Use a running sinker up to the swivel, (use a heavier sinker if the conditions are windy or you are Squidding in a current and a lighter sinker when you are Squidding in calm water). Cast your TERMINAL LURES Squid jig and allow your sinker to drop your Squid jig to the depth you want to work it at. Use the tip of your fishing rod with a small, swift raising and lowering action to work the Squid jig up and down as you slowly wind the line in. With a little practice, you will find it just as easy to work your TERMINAL LURES Squid jig along the bottom just above the weed bed, or just under the surface, or anywhere in-between.

SLEEPER TECHNIQUE

Posted by Paul Hughes on December 5, 2013 at 8:55 AM Comments comments (0)

If you are fishing for other species in an area populated with Squid, or you are Squidding with multiple lines, simply suspend your Bait filled TERMINAL LURES Squid jig from a float at whatever depth you prefer. The scent receptors of the resident Squid and their keen eyesight will do the rest.

WITH TERMINAL LURES EXCITING RANGE OF SQUID JIGS YOU CAN ENJOY

"ALL THE FUN OF LURE FISHING WITH THE STRIKE RATE OF BAIT


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