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    Default Jigging Cypress with branches hanging down to water

    Any tips on how best to jig em?
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    Get low and use a long jig pole like a Trident or Phantom 13'
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    Fish on bottom pick it about a foot
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    Long pole, start off by pitching/ swinging from a distance, if they donít hit , move closer. I pull the jig to my rod tip and poke it between the limbs where possible and let it down by the trunk. Hang on , it gets wild sometimes!
    Probably my favorite way to fish.


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    Think about the drip line of the tree. Branches always fall down farther away from the trunk of the tree; there is cover for them to be around all under the branches. Start out a little ways out and work your way in. You’ll be surprised by how many are what some might think is too far out from the base of the tree.
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    I've done the pull the jig to the eye and poke the pole into any opening in the limbs that I can find but prefer to flip just like bass fishing if I can get them to bite that way.

    I wish I was out there with you. I have fished very little this year. Having my rotator cuff worked on Thursday and am told I'll be in a sling for 6 weeks minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pac in Arkansas View Post
    I've done the pull the jig to the eye and poke the pole into any opening in the limbs that I can find but prefer to flip just like bass fishing if I can get them to bite that way.

    I wish I was out there with you. I have fished very little this year. Having my rotator cuff worked on Thursday and am told I'll be in a sling for 6 weeks minimum.
    Dang you must be going through withdrawals . Hope your surgery does good .
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    so sad to hear about that rotar cuff. hope your recovery goes well. i understan your pain, have miseed a lot last 4-5 years fro knee replacement and back fusion surgeries. Guess I'm gonna have to find some of your brush piles so i can report to you on how well they are doing ��
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    so sad to hear about that rotar cuff. hope your recovery goes well. i understan your pain, have miseed a lot last 4-5 years fro knee replacement and back fusion surgeries. Guess I'm gonna have to find some of your brush piles so i can report to you on how well they are doing 🤓
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