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A classic lure for striper fishing in the Montauk rips, and many other places in the Northeast as well. These jigs are typically trolled on wire line, with a trailer on the back (either pork rind, or Fat Cow Fishing jig strips). When trolling these, it is recommended to jig the rod while you're working them. Unlike "Mojos" which have their own ...
These soft plastic shad bodies can be fished on their own, or on the back of a "mojo" trolling lure. The paddle tail on the back gives these lures a swimming motion in the water that drives striped bass and many other species crazy. We offer these in a 6 inch size, along with a 9 inch size. The 6" works as a replacement paddle tail on mojos fro...
The Bomber Saltwater Grade Certified Depth saltwater lure performs its irresistible death dance at a depth of 25-to 30-feet and is built to withstand brutal attacks from the biggest and baddest in the salt. Along with an ultra-high-modulus, puncture-resistant body and super-duty hardware, this bait features a wire-through skeletal structure tha...
The D'Lure Deep Diver trolling minnow is great for striped bass, bluefish, tuna, wahoo, and many other species. This lure has a wide wobble, and can be trolled anywhere from 4-9 knots.
Body Length - 7"
Hook Configuration Options:
Stock Hardware - "Inshore worthy" trebel hooks, good for striped bass, bluefish, etc.
Big Game Trebles - "Tuna wort...
These umbrella rigs are a staple for trolling bluefish and stripers. Depending on how you're set up and where you're fishing, they can be trolled on wire line, lead core, or braid. These come rigged with four teasers, and four tube hooks with leaders.
These tube lures are perfect for rigging umbrella rigs for trolling stripers and bluefish. 4 Tubes per pack.
These tube teasers are perfect for rigging umbrella rigs for trolling stripers and bluefish. 4 tubes per pack.
Pan-lipped and effective at any depth and water condition. 1-2 knot trolling speeds will swim this lure at a depth of 4 feet.