Il vertical jogging is characterized by continuous bumps or vertical jerks with the fishing rod during the rescue.
These bumps called jerk are inflicted by holding the fishing rod under the underarm or placed on a ventral fight’s belt. The hand and the arm holding the fishing rod have to be able to support a methodic, long and hard work while the hand that turns the crank of the fishing reel has to coordinate the movements in order to guarantee the rescue when the fishing rod lowers beyond the jerk.
Typical catchable species in vertical jigging are amberjacks. Dentex and groupers.
Method used all year by our guides.