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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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Watson and Morgan tie their jigs to the line using a Trilene knot, in order to keep them sitting vertical in the water column.
They'll take shrimp on circle hooks, shrimp-tipped jigs on the move and also artificial shrimp and flies castto them.
His crew had already checked the bait and the engine, reset the drags on the reels, arranged the jigs by order of color preferred by the stripers during the days leading up to the contest and studied the coordinates where the game was hitting.
And while cutting out these parts, just in case, I made an extra single clamp base so that I can configure both jigs as single clamp jigs if the need arises.
Probably extended with improvised sections, stage fighting, and dancing, jigs were frequently bawdy, libelous, and/ or farcical.
As an end-piece or sometimes an interlude in plays, dramatic jigs flourished from about the 1570s, lasted through most of the seventeenth century, and had an ongoing influence on some forms of dramatic production such as pantomime.
Unlike conventional jigs, our Live Action Hybrid Jigs offer total freedom from the minute the jig hits the water until it lands hook side up in the perfect strike position.
If you prefer to shoot arrows with four fletchings, I advise using one of the other fletching jigs I mentioned.
I'll be forced to melt two tackle boxes worth of jigs and weights into bullets, losing hundreds of dollars worth of lures if I have to stop using spinner baits, lures and bass jigs, too.
This guide describes methods for catching gamefish on the East, West, and South coasts, using two types of saltwater lures: diamond jigs and bucktails.
Lloyd Instruments has introduced a new penetration jig for use with its TAPIus texture analyser.