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Old 02-25-2018, 09:05 AM
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What is everyone using for tuna jigs? I use shimano butterfly jig mostly.
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Old 02-25-2018, 09:16 AM
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I been using Ocean Tackle Jinksters in 200g to 400g best luck I had was with the pink designs and the blue for tuna nothing beats the old diamond jigs.
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Check out our flat fall jigs at Striker Offshore Tackle. They catch pleanty of Tuna
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I would also like to know what everyone else is using because I don't have much experience catching tuna on jigs and it's become a goal of mine to do more. are you saying that just the shiny diamond jigs are better then butterfly jigs for tuna?
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There was a guy Jigs Rigs and stuff that had 5 oz pink sardine jigs. Was very good jig for Delmarva area offshore. Not a ridiculous price and they are American made. Not great with computer but Google will lead you there.
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Old 07-14-2018, 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by BST24351 View Post
I would also like to know what everyone else is using because I don't have much experience catching tuna on jigs and it's become a goal of mine to do more. are you saying that just the shiny diamond jigs are better then butterfly jigs for tuna?

We catch Tuna mostly on Flat fall and vertical jigs, but we still use diamond jigs as well. Its all about the action/presentation of the jig. Some days certain jigs work better than others. Just get a few of each style and go fishing.
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