Offshore Angler™ Bullet Head Bucktail Jigs

   

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Red Red White

Red Red White

3 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH300-01-1

White

White

3 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH300-02-1

White Red Chartreuse

White Red Chartreuse

3 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH300-03-1

Yellow Red Yellow

Yellow Red Yellow

3 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH300-04-1

White Green White

White Green White

3 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH300-05-1

Red Red White

Red Red White

4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH400-01-1

White

White

4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH400-02-1

White Red Chartreuse

White Red Chartreuse

4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH400-03-1

Yellow Red Yellow

Yellow Red Yellow

4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH400-04-1

White Green White

White Green White

4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8/0

Model:
BH400-05-1

Red Red White

Red Red White

6 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH600-01-1

White

White

6 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH600-02-1

White Red Chartreuse

White Red Chartreuse

6 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH600-03-1

Yellow Red Yellow

Yellow Red Yellow

6 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH600-04-1

White Green White

White Green White

6 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH600-05-1

Red Red White

Red Red White

8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH800-01-1

White

White

8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH800-02-1

White Red Chartreuse

White Red Chartreuse

8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH800-03-1

White Green White

White Green White

8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
9/0

Model:
BH800-05-1
  • Cast, troll or jig
  • Well balanced
  • Pulsating bucktail action

The well balanced Offshore Angler Bullet Head Bucktail Jigs have accounted for many big catches and are versatile enough to be effectively cast, trolled or jigged. Featuring a sleek bullet head which lets this striper snack cruise through the water without much resistance, the jig’s pulsating bucktail creates the tantalizing movement stripers key on. Complete with striper-strong hook.

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3oz Green And White intead of using freestyle jigs for vertical jigging i use this beast . when i fish saltwater and am on a pier or somthing i let out my bail hold the jig and drop it until no more line comes out. then i do two or three cranks up then let my rod down so it burys in the sand, then i rip my rod up a nd hold it to get an aggresion bite, the sand flies around when the jig shoots up, works great on grouper. i always use a gulp alive belly strip in white as a trailer. July 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product Checked out all the different kind of Bucktails for large bottom fish and found they are very pricey. Seen these Bucktails at Bass Pro Shop, very inexpensive and gave them a shot. They were very productive with Red Snapper, Lingcod and various rock fish. The Bucktail never shredded and stayed in excellent condition. Very happy with Bass Pro Shop Bucktails! July 4, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by A little disapointed Lures looked great upon receiving them but after a closer look the hooks were bent off center, and were not even close to being aligned and two of the lures came with chipped paint. Am thinking that they need to look at their quality assurance program a little closer. Other than that no other problems with this lure Gill R May 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by What a jig This jig is great on stripers on the surf and jetties with no trailer. No trailer makes the jig faster. It works on flounder, bluefish and Mackerel February 9, 2011
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the grouper jig goes 13 ounce
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probably too big for flounder, they are a grouper jig. for flounder try a gulp minnow or shrimp on a jig head, or a small 1/2 oz buck tail jig in natural colors.
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Not the best lure for flounder but I did catch quite a few while fishing for other species.
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I live in tustin California and go fishing usually off of Dana Wharf.
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Yes, I recently caught 3 Halibut with the four ounce Bucktail in all white.
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probably would work good on halibut, I would try the all white one, with a 6" white curley tail glow worm on it
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fish just hit anyting that fit in their mouth
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I just got this and i want to know what fish i can catch.
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grouper mostly, but also flounder, stingrays and tarpon, ive even grabed sandsharks with it. all depends on the size
9 months ago
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Most bottom fish from Lingcod, red snapper, halibut, white seabass and rockfish will grab a Bucktail quick. For added help, put a strip of squid on.
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grouper, snapper, other large reef fish
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Bluefish, striper bass, flounder, ladyfish, speckeld trout, spanish mackeral, occasional pompano, jack cravelle,
bonitio, false albacore, dolphinfish,
just about every near shore species.
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groupers and alot of them.
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if you can, try and chase stripers, great jig for stripers. Thats about all i use them for
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