Wiki Shore jigging, it is simply a collection of terms used often in the technique of shore jigging, and primarily designed for the grass fisherman who is moving the first steps within this technique.
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Alconite: The type of stone used for the construction of the fishing rods.
Apical: The last guide on the top of the barrel.
Armor: Steel wire or small metal plate crossing the jig from one end to the other allowing it to arm with a single hook or anchor.
Assist Hook: System consisting of hook, jigging braid and a possible solid ring. It can be single or double.
Action of the Fishing Rod: By the action of the rod it means the rigidity it possesses, from slow, that is very soft to fast, or very rigid.
Bi-Component: Glue or resin.
Bi-Materials: Generally a jig is meant to be constructed with two different materials.
Barb: Let’s call it against the tip of the hoe, it can be both internal and external, and it should help not to slam the fish.
Buttonhole: Part of the hook body.
Casting Jig: Metallic bait, usually made of lead.
Casting Weight: Casting weight refers to the rage declared by the mother-of-pearl lantern with a fishing rod.
Catch & Relase: Catch and release a fish.
Cyano Acrylic: The type of glue used to build hooks and not only.
Chain Knot: Particular node used to connect fluorocarbon to a solid ring.
Cow Hitch: Knot used to arm the assist hooks on a solid ring.
Clamp: Tool holding the hook during the construction of the assist hook.
Drag: “Drag” means the friction power of the friction of a reel, and is expressed in kilograms or pounds.
FG Knot: Junction between fluorocarbon and braided.
Flashing: Special filaments that are added to the hook hook during their construction.
Fluorcarbon: Particular monofilament, “invisible” in water, compared to a classic monofilament, it has a greater resistance to abrasion.
Frame: Frame refers to the frame of the guide, can be made of various materials, generally titanium or steel.
Fall: By fall is meant when the jig falls to the seabed.
Flicker: Movement that possess some falling jigs.
Fly Gaff: Gaff attached to a rope, which connects to the trunk, serves to hunt and catch fish from very high places.
Feet: An American measuring unit, used to indicate the length of the canes, one foot equals 30.48 centimeters.
Glowing: Glowing term generally refers to part of the body of the jig, which if exposed to light will be phosphorescent in the dark. Even some jigging braids on the market are glowing.
Graphics: The set of color and holographic paper on the body of a jig casting.
Guides: Is mounted on fishing rods, we can find them in different variants according to the frame material and stone material, as well as in a variety of sizes.
Gaff: Pitch with a metal hook in the final part that serves to hug and catch a fish, generally medium and large.
Harpoon: Particular jig with body dressed and fixed hook.
Holographic Tape: Particular tape, which can be sticky or not, reflecting the light.
Heat Shrink: Detail rubber sheath used during assist hook construction.
Inchiku: Metallic bait with a single or double hook assist with a octopus.
Inch:American measurement unit, is used to indicate the size of bait and canes, and one inch equals to 2.54 centimeters.
Light Jigging Hook: Hook very light, generally shaved, specific for use with casting jigs.
Long Jerk: Jerk with the rod very wide.
Long Jig: Casting Jig with a very elongated body, in the “genre” opposed less resistance to the bumpers than a short jig.
Leader: In Shore Jigging is the final part between the trunk and the bait and is in fluor carbon.
Minimum Size: It is intended for minimum legal measure, the length of fish expressed in centimeters, which establishes when the fish can be retained.
Octopus: Artificial rubber, used as surplus on hooks.
Off Set: Type of graft, the barrel engages in the handle and is generally defined as 1 + 1 instead of two pieces.
Oxide: Chemical compound that generally attacks the ring frame and / or the hooks and anchors.
OZ: American measurement units typically serve to indicate the weight of the bait or the casting weight of the rods. 1 oz is 1/16 pound, 28.35 grams (28.3495231), which is often rounded to 28 grams for ease of calculation.
Palomar: Knor used to connect the ring, solid ring and snap fluorocarbon.
PE: The Japanese measurement unit with which the diameter of the braid is expressed, in the tutorial section you will find the conversion table between PE and mm.
Lead: Material used for casting jig construction.
Plano: It would be a well-known company that also produces a lot of cassette used in fishing, but many of these are widely used to indicate any fishing tackle.
Power: It indicates the potency of the rod, it is expressed from soft to hard.
PR knot: knot junction between the fluorocarbon and braided.
Pro Staff: “Collaborator” of a company.
Point: Part of the hook body.
Pound: American units, equivalent to 0.45359237 kg, rounded to 0.453 for ease of calculation.
Ratio: Crankshaft / rotor rotation ratio of a reel.
Rake: Rake the bottom or work in contact with the bottom with a jig.
Sheath: Thermorestring, or shrink-wrapped, is used for the construction of the hook hooks, it is a tube that covers the stem of the hoof.
Sic: The type of stone used for the construction of the fishing guides.
Shore Jigging: Technique that uses the casting jig as a bait, and is practically inshore.
Short Jerk: Jerk with the rod not very wide.
Short Jig: Casting jig with a short and squat body, in “genre” opposed much more water resistance than a long jig.
Snap: Punching clip used to connect the lures to the fluorocarbon.
Solid Ring: Highly resistant metal ring, it is used to build assist hooks or attached to fluorocarbon.
Spigot: Type of graft used for shore jigging rod construction.
Spot: Fishing spot.
Split Ring: Metal anchor opens with the help of a special pincers. In Shore jigging technique is used to connect the jig to the solid ring attached to fluorocarbon, or to connect the hook hook to another solid ring.
Stem: Part of the body’s body.
Shrink: Detail rubber sheath used during assist hook construction.
Tony Pena: Knot junction between fluorocarbon and braided.
Torzite: The type of stone used for the construction of the guides.
Tugsteno: Particular metal with a specific gravity greater than that of lead.
Uni Knot: Knot used to connect rings, snap, solid ring to fluorocarbon.
Uni to Uni Knot: Knot junction between fluorocarbon and braided.
Jig: Metallic bait, usually made of lead.
Jigging Braid: Special braid created specially for the construction of hook hooks, highly resistant to abrasion.
Jigging Braid Hollow: Jigging braid with the inside hollow, with the help of a special needle it allows to build some kind, logs of assist hook.
Jigging braid Pieno: Jigging braid with the inside did not hollow
Jigging Hook: I love it specially created and studied to use it with jigs and to create hooks.
Jig Roll bag: A special case that lets you carry our casting jig.
Jigging Braid Needle: Needle with a particular tip, specially designed for the construction of the hook hooks.
Kabura: Metal bait, with a rubber skirt and an armor with a double hook.
Knotter: Generally it works to create junction nodes, there are two types of commerce on the market, one to create the FG-Knot and one to create the PR-Knot.
Wire Hook: By wire is meant the subtlety or thickness of the body of the eyebrow.