There’s Always Tomorrow, Part Lost Count

Although I’ve been working from home today, which usually means more flexibility, it’s actually been a very focused day.

So, after waiting for an email which I then dealt with, there was a window of less than one hour before I had to once again pick up the baton.

That’s where, for me, mini-jigging comes into its own.

As you can see from the lead image it’s clutter-free, and you can start fishing as soon as you arrive at the water’s edge.

Did I catch anything? Well, there’s more in the video, of course, but let’s say, there’s always tomorrow.

I’ve said that a few times recently, hence the title.

The tackle I fished with was as follows: Fox Rage Ultron drop shot rod, Fox Rage Ultron 2500 reel, 10lb Sunline braid on reel. 

Drennan Double Strength 10lb (1.5 metres) joined to the braid with a small swivel. 

Micro jig head 0.7g, size 6 hook. Glider 2 inch rubber fish. All knots (3) blood knots.