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

Thu, August 5, 2021

A Swim Jig can be used in many different scenarios. Patrick loves throwing it on straight braid which helps him fish it through thick cover. Choosing the lightest line for the cover he is fishing helps with cast-ability while being tough enough to bring the fish in. Patrick also likes using a fast gear ratio reel so he can pick up line fast to make his next cast. Pair that all up with a 7'3" rod and you have the exact setup this elite series angler is using!

Sufix 832 Braid

Colors:

Low-Vis Green
Camo
Coastal Camo
Hi-Vis Yellow
Neon Lime
Ghost

Weight:

6LB8LB10LB15LB20LB30LB40LB50LB65LB

Spool Length:

150 Yards300 Yards600 Yards1200 Yards
$15.99 – 109.99Product Details
Daiwa Tatula Series Casting Rods

LENGTH:

6'3"6'6"6'10"7'0"7'1"7'3"7'4"7'6"7'9"

POWER:

MediumMedium-HeavyMedium-LightHeavy

ACTION:

FastMedium-FastRegularExtra-FastModerate-Fast
$149.99 – 199.99Product Details
Daiwa Tatula Elite Pitching/Flipping Reel

Retrieve:

RightLeft

Gear Ratio:

7.1:18.1:1

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