There's something about rapid vibrations imparted to a jig that draws fish under ice. Genz has perfected a method he calls pounding. The key is to rapidly yet subtly vibrate your wrist so that your wrist moves no more than 1⁄8 inch, causing the jig to vibrate. At the same time, raise and then lower your rod a couple of feet in a slow and smooth fashion. Your jig will appear to have the action of a bucking bronco, with the hook end kicking higher than the head. Slide your knot toward the hook end of the eyelet; your jig will hang horizontally, enhancing the kicking motion. This presentation makes the jig look alive and is effective on walleyes, bass, perch, crappies, bluegills, and other species.