I have some big sea mounts and drop-offs available close to my shores that have been rated world class for light tackle small blue marlin fishing from August to November (West Coast of Puerto Rico).... The fish run anywhere from 90-150 pounds on average (some get bigger). Some of the spots fished are roughly 10 square miles.... and on a good day, some boats have released up to 18 blue marlin within this " small" area...so the odds of a fish seeing a jig is high. I have personally had 4 rods hooked to blues and have 2 more fish slashing the outrigger teasers at the same time! That's six blue marlin in a spread at one time. Has jigging for marlin been purposely done before? Can someone provide feedback as to what jigs to use and at what depth do they mostly hang out (I've only trolled surface baits for them)? I would like to try it out this next season... Am I insane for thinking about it? I believe they would go for a jig if they see it " walking" in front of them. Any input is welcome.