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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 decided to try the Flat Fall jig out of Pompano Beach in about 150 feet of water.
You can pitch jigs into the hole and catch small males all day long, but during prespawn and postspawn, I think the big females are more active up on 4-, 5-, and 6-foot flats," he says.
I'm a fan of Geissele's low-profile gas blocks, so I ordered a drilling jig for this design.
If you are using a newer jig that applies all three vanes at once, however, the placement and orientation of your vanes is likely built in and not adjustable.
As a relatively minor issue, Singing Simpkin and Other Bawdy Jigs could have made better use of recent critical works such as Robert Hornback's The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare (2009).
This paper presents the development of jig for a hybrid machining process.
Having the ability to effortlessly change heads, and remove the hook from the jig is such a time-saver that is so important in tournament fishing.
To illustrate this, Delkor now produces jigs in sizes ranging from 500 mm to 8 m wide, covering applications ranging from pilot plants to full industrial installations.
In deep water or swift current, medium-heavy power is a better choice for heavy jigs.
Fishing diamond jigs and bucktails; how to fish the world's most versatile saltwater lures.