Author Topic: Hali-Jig for perch  (Read 7041 times)

Lavman

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Re: Hali-Jig for perch
« Reply #20 on: Jan 12, 2016, 07:00 AM »
The hali used to be my go to for perch, that is before I tried the lindy perch talker, I have a new go to.

What color do you use?

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Re: Hali-Jig for perch
« Reply #21 on: Mar 14, 2016, 09:40 PM »
boy i looked at those perch talkers...for 5 bucks i think i could make them a whole lot cheaper.Just saying..just beads on a wire and a chain & hook like the hali.


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Re: Hali-Jig for perch
« Reply #22 on: Mar 14, 2016, 10:19 PM »
The ones I've had the most luck are the 25mm (the smallest size) in yellow glow perch (AYF), green glow perch (AFRG), yellow/red glow perch (AFYR) and perch glow.(AFRG)

These are my go to perch jigs also.

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Re: Hali-Jig for perch
« Reply #23 on: Sep 03, 2016, 07:59 PM »
I found on late ice halis really shine for perch I'll thread a wax worm on the hook and I personally like the ones with the tail like shape on one side.. I search spots that they will spawn in, in a few weeks when the ice melts usually 4-6 feet of water over cabbage. I'll drop it down to the bottom real up so the hook just rests on the bottom with about 2 feet of line above the hole, then I rip it right up to the bottom of the ice and drop my tip to the hole leaving lots of slack. The spoon should lay flat on its side and slide way out then as your line tightens up raise it slowely so your rod tip is 2 feet above the whole at this point your spoon will have slid way out then slowly floated back to the center of your hole alot of times this will bring perch in from a distance. The biggest perch I catch on hard water are caught this way I've found it will out fish minnows every day. I'll drill a dozen holes 40 feet apart or so in the bays the perch span in and walk from hole to hole I'll give it 2-3 good rips jig it a bit let it sit rip it again and move on if nothing comes in. My favorite color is red white n blue however the plain glow one works good too.

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Re: Hali-Jig for perch
« Reply #24 on: Sep 03, 2016, 08:06 PM »
boy i looked at those perch talkers...for 5 bucks i think i could make them a whole lot cheaper.Just saying..just beads on a wire and a chain & hook like the hali.



Hali jigs are too dang much $$$ too.. That perch talker does look pretty easy to make.. I think I already have all that.. I'm assuming that it uses glass beads for weight and noise? I'm going to try to make a couple...

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