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Offshore Angler™ Freestyle Jig

   

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Red Chartreuse

Red Chartreuse

3-3/4"

2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ2-02

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

3-3/4"

2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ2-03

Goggle Eye

Goggle Eye

3-3/4"

2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ2-07

Sardine

Sardine

3-3/4"

2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ2-10

Green Mackerel

Green Mackerel

3-3/4"

2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ2-12

Red Chartreuse

Red Chartreuse

4-1/2"

3-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ3.5-02

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

4-1/2"

3-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ3.5-03

Goggle Eye

Goggle Eye

4-1/2"

3-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ3.5-07

Sardine

Sardine

4-1/2"

3-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ3.5-10

Green Mackerel

Green Mackerel

4-1/2"

3-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ3.5-12

Red Chartreuse

Red Chartreuse

5"

5 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ5-02

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

5"

5 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ5-03

Goggle Eye

Goggle Eye

5"

5 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ5-07

Sardine

Sardine

5"

5 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ5-10

Green Mackerel

Green Mackerel

5"

5 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ5-12

Red Chartreuse

Red Chartreuse

5-1/2"

7 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ7-02

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

5-1/2"

7 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ7-03

Goggle Eye

Goggle Eye

5-1/2"

7 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ7-07

Sardine

Sardine

5-1/2"

7 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ7-10

Green Mackerel

Green Mackerel

5-1/2"

7 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ7-12

Red Chartreuse

Red Chartreuse

6"

9 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ9-02

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

6"

9 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ9-03

Goggle Eye

Goggle Eye

6"

9 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ9-07

Sardine

Sardine

6"

9 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ9-10

Green Mackerel

Green Mackerel

6"

9 oz.

1

Model:
FSJ9-12
  • 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 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 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 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 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 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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I'm planning on getting one of these for the summer 2014 season and I'm going to be fishing for mostly striped bass bluefish and small tuna off of cape cod bay. Another question, would 30lb braid work well for jigging or would mono be better thanks.
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80 lb braid topshotted with 50 lb mono. don't buy this though, buy the williamsons
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Braid all the way but I would go a little heavier that 30lb. try 50#.
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yes but take off the assist hooks and replace with treble in the back
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you can pull any lure, but its about what is productive, this is not a trolling lure it would not have the proper presentation for trolling
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no, they are designed to cut through the water and sink fast. I suppose you could troll it at a higher speed but why not use the right equipment for the job?? Vertical jig with these lures
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Sure. Though I answer that with the underlying theme that you could troll just about anything.
it's best used as a "jig"
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I'm to saltwater fishing, and I'll be fishing in Naples Florida. Is there much of a use for these lures there? If so what will it catch and how is it used?
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I use this jig everytime the boat sets up on a knew reef, first one down and ussally after 3 or 4 lifts I have the biggest fish on the reef on a tight line. you must change the split ring they send on the jig for something heavier. lost 2 good fish and jigs on my last trip (2 days ago) good jig but overpriced at $21.00 excellent for grouper,snapper,
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Off Naples you would have good luck jigging this lure over structure, working it off the bottom.
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They should be effective for red and black grouper and AJs.
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yes you are in a SPOT WITH GREAT FISHING SO YOU SHOULD USE A GREAT LURE. lET THE LURE GO TO THE BOTTOM AND THEN JUST KEEP MOVING THE ROD BOUNCING IT OFF THE BOTTOM THE LURE WILL DO THE REST OF THE WORK. hAVE FUN FIGHTING ALL THE FISH.
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I purchased a few of these for the next trip out of glouscter. We will be fishing for mostly cod....My question is mostly presentation. Do you jig it hard or do you work it lightly? Also we will be fishing in 200 ft +....Do you let it down slowly and work it all the way down???
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This lure will work great for Cod, striper, and maybe the Bluefin.
I have caught nice stripers with this lure working it off the bottom from a boat, slower than a butterfly type jig.
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For cod, I would let it drop to the bottom and jig it near bottom unless you know there are fish higher up. On any given day, the fish may prefer a vigorous or a subtle jigging action. Vary the action until a pattern emerges.
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I hook this jig from the tail and at least 50% of the times once it reaches bottom and I start retreiving the hooks tangle (hook) on the line making the jig swim horizontally and thus not working properly having to wind all the way back up with a heavy (drag) load. Any recommendations on how to hook and how to let this jig sink especially in deeper waters 80-120 ft?
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Take one off and tye the line on on th ehook-side of the jig
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We always hook them from the head, where the hooks attach, and do not have problems with tangles when dropping. We freespool with a light thumb on the spool while dropping to prevent slack and tangles. We don't wind them all the way up, only about 1/5 of the way to the surface, then drop them again, if we are fishing for bottom fish, but might jig all the way up if we are fishing for yellowfin tuna. We sweep the jig toward our right or left shoulder, reel rapidly to take up the slack, sweep up, reel again and so on, then drop once we've got the jig about 1/5-1/4 of the way up.
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These jigs are designed to have hooks attached to the head, butterfly style. They will tangle less and also snag bottom less. Many if not most fish hit the head end most often, so I would suggest getting rid of the tail hook.
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Tie to the split ring on top.
We drop a lot deeper than that with no problem.
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Drop it slower.
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Hi fishing colombia,
Tie it in the same ring the hooks are on between the two hooks if tandom. They will not tangle like this,the hooks will fall down the line and off as you work it upon the first two or three jerks.
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Remove one of the hooks! you only need one!
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How are you rigging your jig. Are you using an oval solid ring which makes the asist hooks spread apart on both sides of the jig followed by a split ring for the jig. Usuall it is better to have the heavy part of the jig leadind the drop.
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The jig should be tied to the same ring as the assist hooks are attached to. I use the 5 and 7 oz with 18" of 80# florcarbon leader and do not have the problem you describe although I've fished the lure to 300'. I do not let the lure hit the bottom.
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Make your line connection at the end with the hooks not the other end.
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Jig is not designed to be attached from tail -- always attach from head via the split ring with assist hooks.
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