Fishing QuestionsCategory: Jig Fishing FAQIs fast or slow jigging better?
Roger Brown asked 2 months ago

6 Answers
Wilson answered 2 months ago
There is no definitive answer to this question as both fast and slow jigging have their own advantages and disadvantages. However, in general, slow jigging tends to be more effective when fishing in deep water as it allows you to stay in the same spot for longer and probe the depths more effectively.

On the other hand, fast jigging is better suited for shallow water as it allows you to cover a lot of ground quickly. So it ultimately depends on the specific situation and what you are hoping to achieve.

David answered 2 months ago
There is no definitive answer to this question, as both fast and slow jigging can be effective techniques, depending on the situation. Generally speaking, though, slow jigging is better for fishing in deep water, while fast jigging is better for fishing in shallow water.

Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 2 months ago
There is no definitive answer to this question as both fast and slow jigging can be productive techniques, depending on the situation.

Fast jigging is generally used when targeting aggressive fish that are feeding aggressively, whereas slow jigging is better suited for fish that are feeding more cautiously or those that are located in deeper water.

Experiment with both techniques to see which one produces the best results in your particular fishing situation.

Martin Staff answered 2 months ago
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the specific situation and what you are trying to achieve. In general, though, slow jigging can be more effective when targeting fish that are inactive or sluggish, while fast jigging can be more effective when targeting fish that are active and aggressive.

Carlos answered 2 months ago
There is no definitive answer to this question as both fast and slow jigging can be productive techniques, depending on the circumstances.

Generally speaking, though, slower jigging can be more effective in deep water or when targeting large fish, while faster jigging is better for shallow water or when targeting smaller fish.

Bernard answered 2 months ago
There is no definitive answer to this question as both fast and slow jigging can be effective depending on the situation. Generally speaking, however, slow jigging is better for fishing in deep water or for larger fish, while fast jigging is better for fishing in shallow water or for smaller fish.