In reference to wacky rigging, Single is with one worm. Double is with two worms. This jig head can be used for both.
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answered 11 months ago
- New Jersey
i use the single flickin. i have great success anywhere and in any condition with this rig. you work it the same way as a regular jig head throw it out and jig it and HOLD ON
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
- winston ga
Single hookin' - you get way more action with this hook and a bent type of bait - like the flick/shimmy BPS bait. Fish can't resist it.
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answered 3 years, 6 months ago
Not sure about the "single" or "double", but I basically tie it on with a double palomar knot, and wacky rig my worm.
From there, the fall is faster, and I simply twitch my rod while the bait falls, or after it hits bottom.
The action is quite lively. Try it with wacky fishing in mind, but with more action...
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answered 3 years, 8 months ago
- Hampton Roads, VA
Single flickin refers to the japanese created finesse technique of flick shakin. Flick shakin is when you have a finesse worm (there are even special made worms for this technique, see BPS shimmy and shimmy x2 worms) and you wacky rig it on one of these jig heads. The weight and design of the jighead give the worm an amazing falling action that is like a wacky rig's fall but much more exagerrated and erratic. The technique is amazing for bridge pilings and deep water boat docks. It's a different look for bass who are used to seeing jigs and big worms dropping in front of them. Double flickin is adding a second flick worm on the jig to show the bass something even more unique. The BPS shimmy x2 worm gives you the same presentation as a double flickin technique. You fish the tehnique most effectively by simply letting it fall to the bottom and watching your line for a strike. then reel it in and cast again. Because the whole deal with this bait is the fall, you can simply let it drop and cover a lot of water this way. I hoped this helped you. MC
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answered 3 years, 9 months ago