hand jig

hand jig

[′hand ‚jig]
(mining engineering)
A moving-screen jig operated by hand and used to treat small batches of ore; the jig box is attached to a rocking beam and moved in a tank of water.
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The fishing gear is a hand jig with 6 rings of barbless hooks; only 1 jig (14 cm) per line is attached to the end of a nylon line (300-400 m).