What is Madai Jigging?
Madai jigging and inchiku jigging is getting popular in our waters due to new Japanese concepts that local Singapore is getting crazy on. The fish are responding well to Madai jigging as it is probably something they have never seen before. Madai jigging in Singapore works by drop shotting the 'octopus-like' jig straight into the coral reef system and work the jig by bouncing it at the bottom. As a result, many bottom fishes like the grouper and curious parrotfish or wrasse get hooked up. Madai jigging is effective because we can target the coral reef extensively and have less chance of snagging or getting stuck. A giant grouper by Madai jigging by henry ho best bet fishing from www.acfishing.blogspot.com. Hope AC dun kill me as i steal his pic...lol... Inchiku is also another type of jigging that is new and involves the use of a rubber skirt attached to a metal body. You can adjust where you clip your swivel to or attach the rubber skirt to different areas of the inchik