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    Got a chance to go with the guy I was referring to Saturday. So he calls single poling just dropping a jig beside structure straight down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Damion Kidd View Post
    Got a chance to go with the guy I was referring to Saturday. So he calls single poling just dropping a jig beside structure straight down.
    I call that “vertical jigging” (or “vertical casting”, to borrow CrappiePappy’s term.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    I call that “vertical jigging” (or “vertical casting”, to borrow CrappiePappy’s term.)
    I differentiate between the two .... that vertical jigging is leaving the jig at a certain depth and holding it there -vs- Vertical Casting as dropping the jig to a certain depth and slowly reeling it back up.

    But, yeah ... I'd call his "single poling" technique simply vertical jigging, too.
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    Oregon pretty much the same. But for extra money you can get a permit to fish two rods. I've never done that. Those spider rig's make me wonder. What if you go through a school and get hit on every line at the same time? What to do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Fischer View Post
    What if you go through a school and get hit on every line at the same time? What to do?
    ... that's when the fun begins !! (and very often when a lot of line cutting & re-rigging begins, too ) And then there's those times when a Striper, Hybrid Striper, White Bass, Black Bass, or a Catfish (or two or three of any of them) are what's hitting your baits, other than or in conjunction with the Crappie ... and the "chinese fire drill" is in full swing

    And that's just from the perspective of the "Joe Average" angler (me) .... so can you imagine the same scenario from a Guide's perspective ... two or three un or semi experienced anglers all excited and lines getting tangled, jigs & cranks & fish being slung around every which a way, and the guide trying to coordinate everything & net the fish as quickly & safely as possible.
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