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jig

A mechanical device used to maintain a stable, correct relationship between a piece of work and a tool, or between components during assembly.
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I was using a Shimano jigging rod and an 8000 class reel with 500 yards of 50-pound braid with 40-pound fluorocarbon leader.
Compared to other separation technologies, and specifically to dense-media processes, jigging has the edge in terms of its energy usage," said Dutta.
Let's start by dividing jigging into two categories: vertical and casting/pitching.
Last fall, when I made a spontaneous decision to do some jigging, I tied my rope to my carbon-fiber pack tripod.
In Alberta, the Metis Association of Alberta (now the Metis Nation of Alberta) also sponsored Old Time dances at their "locals" (smaller political districts) as well as at their annual assemblies, events that also featured talent shows, fiddling and jigging contests, and exhibitions by dance troupes (Metis Newsletter 1970, 1978).
The advanced technologies now embodied in the APIC jig have been proven in several applications and have "greatly enhanced the processing capabilities of jigging," says Mr Smidt.
Every year, I see fishermen out there using six- and seven-foot rods for ice jigging and I wonder how they hook large game fish: How do they play the fish with the rod hand and attempt to get it up through the hole with the other?
The solution is simple, get a powder plant audit from the experts and get an expert to look at your jigging and hanging systems.
Historically, hand jigging had been a recovery method for diamonds and semi-precious stones.
Pty) Ltd, explains that the company can point to more than a century of experience in process and equipment engineering including pneumatic jigging, and over 160 successful installations of the highly successful and cost effective BATAC jigging systems around the world.
The new realistic baits are great, but you still need the right jigging motion to make it happen," he says.