Offshore Angler™ Freestyle Jig
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- Enticing freestyle action
- Lifelike hologram finish
- Oversized 3-D eyes
- Stainless steel split ring
Irresistible freestyle action starts as soon as it hits the water!
The Offshore Angler Freestyle Jigs are designed to have enticing action both on the drop and the retrieve while vertical jigging, prompting vicious strikes! Our flashy Freestyle Jigs are complete with lifelike hologram finish, oversized 3-D eyes, a stainless steel split ring that makes changing jigs easy, and double hooks by premium saltwater hooks.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46
Rated 4 out of 5 by duke460 Fish catcher
Bought several sizes and a jigging rod. Went reef fishing in gulf. When fish were around great results. More fish than everyone else on th boat.
Lures caught fish but after. Few hard hits from Cobia eyes fell off and lures to beat up to use. Price was low enough to buy more
September 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ImAndyYourNot Looks Good Works,
item has couple of scratches and dents as if was used before I got it. But other than that it works like a charm. I got the 5 oz Blue Mack. Is there a way I can make sure the O Rings wont snap or break on me during a fight?
September 12, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by porcha works, but flawed
The jig will catch fish, as was evident after a few drops, but the hardware is inferior. The jig is connected via a single split ring to the hooks. This is not how a vertical jig should be set up. Offshore Angler needs to add a welded O ring for the hooks and mainline to attach to and a split ring should only hold the jig.
I lost my jigs to larger fish as they would pull the split ring apart during the fight. Bass Pro Shops was very helpful in replacing these jigs but they seriously need to examine this lack of a welded ring. All other high end jig manufacturers use it...
July 24, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by HEADWIND Good lure- bad hooks
These lures used to come with the outstanding Gamakatsu hooks. Now they come with inferior and undersized hooks with much flimsier connecting cord.
That said, these lures really catch fish. I usually replace the original pair of hooks with a single quality hook. the hookup ratio is about the same, and a single hook is much safer once the fish comes aboard.
The only other negative is that the finish is not particularly durable and begins to come off after a dozen or so fish. The fish still bite it, but coat the lure with several applications of clear nail polish when new to increase durability.
September 9, 2011
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