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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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In Alberta, the Metis Association of Alberta (now the Metis Nation of Alberta) also sponsored Old Time dances at their "locals" (smaller political districts) as well as at their annual assemblies, events that also featured talent shows, fiddling and jigging contests, and exhibitions by dance troupes (Metis Newsletter 1970, 1978).
As we geared up, Heller explained his theories about vertical jigging.
IN THE RIGHT HANDS, A GOOD JIGGING ROD is worth its weight in gold.
Most involve some form of jigging - that is, lifting the rod up and down so the bait or lure bounces off the bottom to attract fish.
As for jigging technique, Mayer offered more insightful perspective: mini dumbbell curls.
And when he's zeroing in on these brassy-colored fish he relies on jigging a bit deeper structure than where he'd look for walleyes.
Vertical jigging is ideal for the offshore kayak angler, as it offers a way to catch a variety of fish with one outfit.
JIGGING IS A GO-TO TACTIC in many early-season walleye situations.
You'll see many people jigging on IRL bridges this month.
Tight-line jigging uses the same minnow on an Aberdeen hook but instead of a splitshot, you place a 1 -ounce oval sinker above a swivel which is tied a foot or so above the hooked minnow.