Slamming the coho on jigs again!!

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today i left for chief hole at 6.00 got there a little close to 7.00 and the second we got there ,we could here fish jumping and splashing down in the river., so me and a friend threw on a green and black jig that i make and first cast hooked into a fish and today during the snowstorm we managed to hook and land 13 brite coho in 6 hours and a couple steel-head on the same jig,. didn't get any pictures cause my cell phone was dead but here is a picture of the jig that i tie and that works great
 

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thats a great looking jig. it has a buggy look to it. and Wow!13 ho's? grats bro thats awesome keep it up :clap:
btw do you use that with a float or do you just drift it?




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15 fish in a day thats hard to believe but awesome job!!!!! keep the hard work!!!!
 
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this jig is best used by jigging it slowly up and down without letting it touch the bottom, you have to keep about 1 ft off the bottom to get the attention of the fish,
and when it is wet it looks like a leech, and i don't know why they hit it but they do
good luck
 
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this jig is best used by jigging it slowly up and down without letting it touch the bottom, you have to keep about 1 ft off the bottom to get the attention of the fish,
and when it is wet it looks like a leech, and i don't know why they hit it but they do
good luck
thats cool you have that fishery and technique on lockdown!!. and seems very effective keep at it bro your a great fishermen



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