NLO Angle 220g and Sea Falcon Z Slow 22g Jigs. Has Anyone Used Both?

jonhjax

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Mar 20, 2019
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If you've used both of these jigs in 220g before, can you compare/contrast them for me? I've got one or two of each jig. How different are the actions of each jig and which one sinks faster and/or is better in stronger currents. Thanks for any and all of your help.
 
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May 22, 2017
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the jigs are not really a good designed for fast current. They can be fished in fast current but it is more technique driven then jig design. keeping light pressure on the spool as the jig falls keeps it more 'vertical' and falling faster. Action is dependent on the action you put on the jig. Both are good jigs and have a great action if you know how to work them.