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CM Tackle Flutter Jigs
CM Tackle Flutter Jig
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Price: $13.99
- CM Tackle Flutter Jig
- Size: 200grams ~ 7.25oz
- Hook: 8/0 Tuna - Stinger rigged

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CM Tackle Flutter Jigs

A superior quality jig at a down to earth price, the CM Flutter Jigs are jigging irons that have a similar construction and application to the Shimano Butterfly Jigs. The CM Tackle Flutter Jigs are constructed using a 100% through wire design - super strong and very durable. USA Holographic Foil and Glow Paint from Germany on the belly make this jig a producer from Cape May to the UAE! Slightly tail weighted to drop quickly but still has plenty of action to draw strikes from Tuna, Amberjack, Grouper, Snapper, Bass, Sea Bass, Cod and Ling.

The CM Tackle Flutter Jigs weigh in at 200grams or 7.25oz and come with a single free 8/0 swinging Tuna hook.

How the Flutter Jigging Technique Works

The CM Flutter Jigs require a simple, yet effective technique to get the most out of their design.

Follow These Steps:
  • Cast the Flutter Jig down the current, wind, or drift direction.
  • Let the jig sink to the bottom.
  • Begin retrieving with jigging technique motion.
  • Retrieve the jig several yards from the bottom.
  • Let the jig sink to the bottom (Repeat steps 4&5 several times with each cast).
  • Once line is even, or under the boat, retrieve the jig and cast down the current or wind to start process over.
Jigging Action:

The Flutter Jig technique requires a precise motion to impart the right fish catching action to the jig. This technique works for both conventional and spinning tackle with the same results. After the jig is dropped to the desired depth, the rod tip is facing down. With an upward circular motion, the rod tip will be lifted up on the upswing on the reel handle and lowered on the downstroke of the rotation. The reel retrieve is a tight circular motion that is close to the body with the rod butt held loosely under your left armpit. The distance in which the rod tip moves from top to bottom is approximately 10 to 20 inches depending on the desired lure action and retrieval speed. This technique will work on a fast or slow retrieve depending on how the fish are reacting.

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