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Best Shallow Vertical Jigging Line

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Line recommendations for using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Sunline Super FC Sniper

$21.99 – $138.99

Reported by
Ben Demo

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Ben Demo reported catching Crappie using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "Fishing for large mouth around docks and right when the rain calmed down I look around with my livescope and you can see schools of crappie around chasing bait, just casted a 1/8 jig and Shad soft plastic slow retrieving it and jigging it most was 9+ inches, use your electronics when they are schooling on bait they can’t hide easy you can do this with side scan as well. "

Reported by
Ted Johnson

Wolf River (WI)

Ted Johnson reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Wolf River. Additional comments from this report: "Anchor on the current seam and pitch jigs tipped with minnows to both the non current and current side. The walleyes are migrating up river and are utilizing both sides of the river with the low water conditions. Light 1/8 to 3/16 ounce jigs are key. I pitch/cast out 45 degrees down river and long line the light jig, bouncing it slowly, to straight behind the boat. Fish are coming both on the swing and directly behind the boat. "

Reported by
River Rat Fishing

Bass Lake (91) (IN)

River Rat Fishing reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Bass Lake (91). Additional comments from this report: "50 air temp 58 water temp. I was locating walleye on my sidescan and pitching to them with the jigging rap. I also caught a few on a white grub. There is tons of small perch in the lake so I was using a perch colored jigging rap and it worked great. I caught a limit in under 2 hrs"

PowerPro Super Slick V2

$22.99 – $25.50

Reported by
Jason

Lake Winnibigoshish (MN)

Jason reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and PowerPro Super Slick V2 on Lake Winnibigoshish. Additional comments from this report: "Shallow THICK weed edges held most of the fish"

Reported by
Will Burch

Dogwood Lake (IN)

Will Burch reported catching Panfish / Bluegill using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and PowerPro Super Slick V2 on Dogwood Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Omnia report Is the early summer the red ear move up to spawn. A small jig head with a juicy plastic is one of my favorite ways to target these fish. With a fast rod like the one I have linked above are great. The fast tip allows you to pop your rod and break your jig free of the weeds. I choose to use the under spin in this application because with the light jig head the blade adds a little extra resistance. This helps you keep your jig head submerged. "

Reported by
kt_fishin

Limekiln Lake (NY)

kt_fishin reported catching Trout using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and PowerPro Super Slick V2 on Limekiln Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught fishing shallow grass Jigging "

PowerPro Spectra Braid

$18.50 – $22.50

Reported by
Dan Amundson

Leech Lake (MN)

Dan Amundson reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and PowerPro Spectra Braid on Leech Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Hot bite on Saturday. Dragging a jig and a shiner or pitching a jig and a shiner produced many walleyes. Can't wait for the rest of the year!"

Reported by
Saltman

Lake Okeechobee (FL)

Saltman reported catching Crappie using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and PowerPro Spectra Braid on Lake Okeechobee. Additional comments from this report: "Saturday was a great day on Okeechobee Speck (crappie) fishing. I took my wife’s coworker/ friend and his son. We vertical jigged Jenko’s Kevin Roger warhead jig with the afterburner disco and the white knight in the Eagle Bay Area around scattered Cattail in five to seven of water. Temp early was 63 it heated up to 82 by mid day. The water temp stayed around 73 degrees. We caught around 80 fish in a six hour period. We kept 40 for a fish fry as it was his son’s birthday. "

Reported by
Drjas

Lake Arrowhead (TX) (TX)

Drjas reported catching Crappie using the Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9') technique and PowerPro Spectra Braid on Lake Arrowhead (TX). Additional comments from this report: "Solid numbers of spawning male and females along rocks and on brush piles in 8-10' of water. "

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