Anglers use jugging and trolling to capture various species of fish in various locations around the world. Although both fish are used to catch fish, they are very different in the way they are used and the species of fish they are used to catch.
Jigging is a method used by a fisherman to catch fish by using a jig, which is a form of weighted artificial lure. This technique is usually used in deeper waters, such as in the ocean, and is often used to kill larger fish such as tuna, grouper, and salmon. The jig is tied to a line and is rolled up and down in an erratic motion that mimics the movement of a small fish or bait, causing the larger fish to bite the jig. To draw the larger fish, this technique is often used in conjunction with bait, such as live bait.
Trolling is a technique that is used in both shallow and deep waters. Multiple lines of lures or bait tied to them are used in this method. The lines are then pulled behind the boat, and fish are then attracted by the lures or baits. Trolling is typically used to catch smaller fish like trout, bass, perch, and walleye, but it can also be used to catch larger fish. The lures or bait are moved in a way that mimics prey’s movement, attracts the fish and causes them to bite.
Overall, jigging and trolling are two different ways of catching fish. Jigging is used to shoot larger fish in deeper waters, while trolling is used to target smaller fish in both shallow and deep waters. Both methods can be used to capture a variety of species of fish and can be used in conjunction with live bait to attract larger fish.