Jellyworm – A jellyworm is a soft plastic artificial lure shaped like a worm and generally with a tail which wriggles on retrieve. It’s used both from the boat and shore. The jellyworm has its origins in the States where
Jerkbait – A hard or soft bait lure fished just below the surface. The thing that sets them apart from other lures is the way they are worked. To get the most out of a jerk bait, you use the
Jig – The definition of jig depends on the country where you’re located. In the US it’s a noun describing a leadhead which is normally dressed with feathers, deer hair or rubber filament and is used extensively for largemouth bass.
Jigging – Using a rod and reel in such a way as to present artificial lures in short, jerking motions. Strikes may come on the upstroke but frequently the fish will hit the lures as they fall freely. Pirking is