This week sees Matt targeting a couple of NZ’s most underutilized fish species; the skipjack and albacore tuna. Whilst attempting to demonstrate the versatility of these under-appreciated fish, the team are pestered by packs of pesky marlin, and come across some gigantic schools of balling baitfish which have to be seen to be believed.
Effective methods for SLOW JIGGING! The LATEST Japanese jigging technique, utilizing jig’s FALLING action.
The main usage of SeaRideV with knotting into tail eyelet(knotting into opposite eyelet to SeaRide eyes).
With movie of swimming action, Explaining how SeaRideV can be moved effectively, how it falls and slides in the water.
There’s a whole lot of meat left on the fish after you’ve whacked the fillets off, so don’t throw your fish heads & frames away, as that’s where you’ll find the sweetest meat! Try it out for yourself, and if you’re not convinced, don’t throw them away, just go tohttp://www.freefishheads.co.nz/ and you’ll find someone who would love to collect them from you.
Utilization = Conservation
This is the state-of-the-art jigging techniques that has been spreading all around Japan and elevating the fishing to another dimension. The concept and technique have been tossed by a man named Norihiro Sato….read more at http://www.anglers-secrets.com
Explains some theories,tips,Jigging Techniques on this fishing techniques.