Offshore Angler™ Pompano Jigs
Great for a day of hard throwing at the pompano! 3 pack.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by MSanabria Good jig for the price Down in Puerto Rico we use Pompano jigs to fish for yellowtail snappers, mutton snappers, horse eye jacks, bar jacks, coney groupers, etc... Pompano jigs are shorter than other bucktail jigs of the same weight so the hook up rate is better. And this bass pro shop jigs are a really good buy for the price! The only downside is the quality of the paint in the jig head, is not as good as the paint in other jigs. Snapper's teeth tend to peel it of during time, but they still do their job. March 19, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by FishingMike Not for salt water fishing I purchased 10 pks of these jigs to use in Mexico trolling for Jacks and yellow tail snappers south of Playa del Carmen. The fish hit these jigs quickly and we were very excited. The problem is that the red yarn came apart every time we caught 1 fish. This resulted in the loss of the yellow buck tail and having to tie on a new hook after every catch. The fish ranged from 1-5 pounds with the same result of the buck tails missing from all of the hooks when we reeled in the fish. January 6, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by mulletmike good jig these jigs work very well,the only problem is the string that holds the skirt on is not very good one lady fish and your skirt is gone. i steal the wife,s red finger nail polish and paint that string and then there great March 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by alexg123 great! very nice jig! just put a shrimp tail or just a piece of a shrimp on and you will get bites very soon, you will even get some trout and reds hitting it too, great buy! May 2, 2010
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Details:I own some of these jigs. I have caught a few fish with them but no pompano. I thought about adding something behind the skirt but I don't know what to put behind it. Can you tell me what I should use on the back of this jig? Should I use squid, pieces of shrimp, pin fish, or green backs on it? Im clueless right now. Please help me.
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