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RiverMan

Check this video clip out!

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Interesting video... It answered a major question I had about schooled fish. Weather or not the others scattered or at least went on the defensive after one was caught. the vid showed that all the other fish didn't even flinch when the fish was yanked away from the group... I found that to be extremely interesting... :?: 8O and very surprising.

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Cool Jed!

I thought it was interesting that the fish were almost shy or scepticle(sp) of the jig on approacing it.Then when the hook was set in the one that ate it,seemed none of them were alarmed when it was lifted away so quick.

Very interesting indeed.Thanks for sharing.

Blades

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I do some ice fishing and learning to the jig various baits properly is arguably the single most important thing required to catch fish with regularity.

The Vexilar units with a color display and the cameras are almost invaluable toward that end.

Since I started vertical jigging through the ice, I've applied vertical jigging to a variety of gamefish and it can be deadly.

Vertical jigging heavy green/silver spoons on Lake Erie for smallmouth bass is something every bass fisherman should get to experience in his lifetime. What a blast!

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