Find your perfect jig.
If you're looking for the best jigs in town, look no further than Captain Kenny's! We have a wide variety of jigs to suit any fishing style and preference. Whether you want to catch bass, walleye, trout or anything else, we have the perfect jig for you.
Our expert staff can help you choose the right jig for your fishing conditions and give you tips on how to use them effectively. Come in today and see why Captain Kenny’s is the ultimate destination for jigging enthusiasts!
The best jigs for any fish.
Jigs are a type of fishing lure that consist of a weighted hook and a soft or hard body that mimics a bait fish. Jigs are versatile and effective for catching a variety of fish in different situations. There are many types of jigs.
To use a jig effectively, you need to match the size, shape, color, and action of the jig to the type of fish you are targeting, the depth and current of the water, and the mood and behavior of the fish. You also need to choose the right rod, reel, line, leader, and knot for your jigging setup.You can experiment with different jigging techniques, such as lifting and dropping your rod tip, twitching or jerking your rod tip, or reeling in your line at different speeds.
The key is to make your jig look like a natural prey for your target fish.
Flutter jigs are thin and flat, and they flutter as they sink in the water. They are good for fishing in deep water or strong currents, as they can reach the bottom quickly and attract fish with their erratic movements. Flutter jigs can be used for species like tuna, snapper, grouper, and amberjack
Slow-pitch jigs are curved and asymmetrical, and they create a slow and wide wobbling action as they fall and rise in the water. They are good for fishing in moderate depths or currents, as they can stay in the strike zone longer and entice fish with their subtle movements. Slow-pitch jigs can be used for species like yellowtail, kingfish, cobia, and halibut
Vertical speed jigs are long and slender, and they have a fast and straight sinking action. They are good for fishing in very deep water or fast currents, as they can penetrate the water column quickly and trigger fish with their rapid movements. Vertical speed jigs can be used for species like wahoo, mahi-mahi, sailfish, and marlin