While electronics are a great asset to jigging for any fish over ice they are not absolutely essential. People tend to forget that back in the prehistoric era (1960s-19990's) , people did catch fish without electronics. First of all try to fish around weeds 10 feet or less. This techniques is more efficient in shallow water. Put a small colored bobber stop on your line. Drop your jig to the bottom, allow it to free spool to the bottom or check the depth with a clip on depth finder. When you have the depth move the bobber stop til it marks the bottom then move it down a foot.( you will use this as a marker to know where you are fishing in the water column.)Start at the bottom, sometimes the fish are between the weeds on the bottom. Move up 6 inches jiggle , hold and raise another 6 " by raising your rod then drop your rod a foot. Repeat this procedure until you get 4-5 feet above the bottom. If you find you are getting bites at the same depth based on your bobber stop , move it to that depth.(Sometimes they will hit it when you raise the rod, sometimes when you hold it still and sometimes when it free falls. Vary your presentation and let the fish tell you how they want it. You need to watch their response (do they hit hard or just sucking it in) to determine a pattern. Finally like one person said find someone to help. There are 66 schools in the state that have ice fishing teams.http://studentfishing.com/index.html Contact your nearest school and I'm sure they would help or start your own ice fishing team. I am the adviser for the Waupun high school. If you live near Waupun message me and and you can fish with our ice team.