Tom Migdalski is a widely published authority on saltwater fishing, writing for Salt Water Sportsman, Florida Sportsman, Sport Fishing, and many other publications. He is a faculty instructor for the Salt Water Sportsman National Seminar Series and director of outdoor education and club sports at Yale University. He lives in Hamden, CT.
"Migdalski is spot-on with this book. There's so much accurate and cutting-edge information on jigging, that anglers can't miss becoming more proficient at their game, regardless of experience level. By far, the Bible on saltwater jigging." -- George Poveromo, Noted saltwater angling authority and Host of "George Poveromo's World of Saltwater Fishing" on ESPN2 "Tom Migdalski has really done his homework; I doubt any angler anywhere will fail to find a wealth of fascinating facts about these all-purpose lures. Even veteran anglers should gain new insight and ideas to help them choose and use jigs to catch more fish." -- Doug Olander, Editor-in-Chief, "Sport Fishing" Magazine "From tuna to stripers, this book will pay big dividends. Migdalski not only profiles many well-kept secrets of the pros, he amply explains the techniques and reasons for their success. This book will have readers referring to it time and time again." -- Capt. Al Anderson, IGFA Rep., RI, and author of "To Catch a Tuna"