Night Jigging for Walleye: Best Setups and Tips for Success

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    When it comes to night jigging for walleye, using 10lb braid with a 4-6lb fluorocarbon leader is a common setup. The braid provides sensitivity and strength, while the fluorocarbon leader offers invisibility in the water. As for jigs, it's best to use ones that have a glow or UV coating to increase visibility in low light conditions. Colors like chartreuse, white, and glow-in-the-dark are popular choices. Using a swivel can help prevent line twist, especially if you're using a jigging technique that involves a lot of vertical movement. It's a good idea to experiment with different setups and adjust based on the specific conditions and preferences. Happy fishing! SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

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