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"Snap jigging" is a great way to trigger strikes when fish aren't in true feeding mode, and it's especially effective on striped bass but works equally well on fluke, sea bass, weakfish and other inshore species.
By Mike Caruso
Add a new twist to your bucktailing methods this season with something called "snap jigging." High tech rods with increased strength and sensitivity coupled with powerful new reels spooled with the lightest, strongest braids gives anglers the ability to work with lighter jigs in heavier situations. Snap jigging presents a different approach to bucktailing, that according to The Fisherman's Fred Golofaro, will get fish to react to the darting action of the jig when they aren't necessarily in feeding mode.

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