Precision Casting Crappie Jigs in Open Water

Wally Marshall aka Mr. Crappie is a dock skipping master and finds the technique equally effective for delivering small jigs to their target in open water too. As Wally explains, you usually encounter wind off the bank but still have the challenge of target casting to isolated brush piles, standing timber or schools of fish. The skipping or shooting technique is more effective at cutting through the wind than conventional casting, which introduces more motion of the body, rod, reel, and line. Here’s how to execute the technique and start sling-shotting small jigs to their target with minimal effort.


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