Structure Jig Setup (Rod/Reel/Line) - Patrick Walters

Tue, August 3, 2021

Patrick uses two setups. One for skipping and one for flipping. His skipping setup is lighter and uses a shorter rod for more accurate casts. His flipping setup is heavier and uses a longer rod to give him more leverage on the fish!

Patrick's Skipping Setup
Line: Patrick likes to use 17-20 Lb fluorocarbon

Sufix Advance Fluorocarbon

Weight:

8Lb10Lb12Lb14Lb17Lb20Lb

Spool Length:

200 Yards
$23.99 – 38.99Product Details

Rod: Patrick uses a 7'1" heavy rod - Sold in store only

Daiwa Tatula Elite Series Casting Rods

LENGTH:

6'9"7'0"7'1"7'2"7'3"7'4"7'6"

POWER:

MLHMH

ACTION:

MED. FASTFASTXTRA FAST
$179.99 – 289.99Product Details

Reel: Patrick like a fast gear ratio and goes with a 7:1 reel

Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 Casting Reel

Retrieve:

RightLeft

Gear Ratio:

6.3:17.1:18.1:1

Patrick's Flipping/Casting Setup

Line: Patrick goes with fluorocarbon line, but goes heavier in the 20-25 Lb range

Sufix Advance Fluorocarbon

Weight:

8Lb10Lb12Lb14Lb17Lb20Lb

Spool Length:

200 Yards
$23.99 – 38.99Product Details

Rod: Patrick likes a long. rod to muscle fish into the boat, he goes with a 7'6" heavy

Daiwa Tatula Elite Series Casting Rods

LENGTH:

6'9"7'0"7'1"7'2"7'3"7'4"7'6"

POWER:

MLHMH

ACTION:

MED. FASTFASTXTRA FAST
$179.99 – 289.99Product Details

Reel: Patrick goes with a fast 7:1 gear ratio here as well

Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 Casting Reel

Retrieve:

RightLeft

Gear Ratio:

6.3:17.1:18.1:1

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