How To Fish
A very versatile jig for casting, retrieving, drifting, and also great with bobbers.
This jig works great with live bait, artificial, and also strip bait.
Rig the artificial the conventional way by inserting hook into head, but push hook out of side, not bottom of lure. Live bait rigging is standard technique. Hook through the nostril or eye. A bait keeper is enclosed with each pack. See videos below for rigging techniques.
Live Bait Rigging Video
Artificial Bait Rigging Video
Video on Rigging Methods – Andy shows you 5 different ways that you can rig this jig.
Rigging with weighted Billy Bay™ Big Boy Heavy Bobber™
Rigging with Billy Bay™ Low Country Lightning® Bobbers
Tie a leader “24” or according to depth. Billy Bay™ also makes an “Adjustable Depth” bobber for quick depth change.
See complete line of Billy Bay™ Low Country Lightning® Bobbers.
Rigging without Bobber
Flexi Draggin™ weight designed to easily add more weight
Carolina® Rig with Flexi Draggin™ Weights
Tie rod line to Flexi Draggin™ swivel. Tie loop in 24” leader and fasten to snap so that you can add more Flexi Draggin™ weights if necessary.
Basic Carolina® Rig
Casting and Retrieving
Cast to target. Can let the tide drift it or cast and retrieve all the way in. On retrieve, use different ways:
- Pop it
- Pull slow short distance and stop
- Wind in slow
- Combination of all
Observe which way catches fish. In other words, the fish will let you know which retrieve works best.