Microjigging is a whole lot of fun.
Ocean Angler have come up with four different shapes, all having a different action and purpose.
Watch Paul Senior explain how each type works in the video below.
The Weazel Micro Jig is just about symmetrical, it goes down quite fast but not in big round circles. When twitching the rod It darts around in a twitchy style action. The upward twitching attracts the snapper and as you let it fall and rest on the bottom then the snapper move in.
Available in 25g, 40g and 60g
The Knife Micro Jig is like a mini Kingfish jig, it falls in big wide circles. It has a distraction pattern with a UV glow so as it falls it flashes around and attracts fish to the lure. Quite good in deeper waters with a bit of current around use a slow mechanical jigging action and let it sit on the bottom.
Available in 60g and 80g
The Viper Micro Jig is a mini slow pitch rig which has a slender profile with weight at the bottom so that it goes down horizontally and vibrates on the fall. This allows the rig to spend more time in the strike zone and it is great for glassy calm days.
Available in 40g 60g and 80g
The Diamond Micro Jig is a universal shape with a distraction pattern on it. A cross between a flat jig and knife jig that gives you the best of both worlds. These can be used in calm and windy conditions, as they go down fast and horizontally.
Available in 25g, 40g, 60g, 80g