Hogy's comprehensive jig lineup offers anglers versatile solutions for inshore and offshore fishing scenarios. Their inshore casting jigs are engineered for optimal topwater presentations and long-range casting, with meticulous attention to mimicking natural baitfish characteristics. The inshore vertical jigs, such as the Sand Eel Jigs for striped bass, provide effective imitations of primary forage, while the Squinnow Jigs cater to ground fishermen targeting species like fluke and sea bass with their versatile shape and action. For offshore fishing, Hogy's jigs are designed for strength, durability, and seductive movement, accommodating a range of tactics and species.


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Cape Cod Sea Bass | Porgy Jigging with Squinnow Jig

Capt. Mike Hogan and Capt. Shaun Ruge enjoy quick Sea Bass and Scup action on Cape Cod jigging the Squinnow Jig on shallow water boulders.

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How To: Jigging Through Sand Eels for Striped Bass

Large plumes of sand eels have flooded the outer Cape over the past few weeks, creating conditions for excellent striper fishing. In this video, Capt. Mike shares a few tips for when you are marking bait and bass, but can not get them to notice your jigs.

How-To: Snap Jigging Sand Eel Jigs For Striped Bass

Watch as the Hogy Crew targets suspended Stripers feeding on sand eels. During this trip, we utilize a unique style of jigging called Snap Jigging. This technique is accomplished by using short, sharp rod tip snaps to quickly twitch the Sand Eel Jig imparting erratic action while keeping the jig at a specific depth in the strike zone.

Offshore Jigging Cod | Haddock | Pollock with Hogy Jig-Biki Rigs

Not every trip to the tuna grounds ends up in success (as much as we'd hope it does!). Fortunately, there is world-class groundfishing opportunities for Cod, Haddock and Pollock in the same waters. In this video, Capt. Mike Hogan shows off Hogy's new Jig-Biki Rig paired with our Heavy Flutter Pitch Jig for slow-twitch style jigging groundfish to fill the cooler. We utilize the same spinning and conventional outfits used for tuna casting and jigging to jig up a nice assortment of tasty groundfish species.

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We filmed this haddock video a couple weeks ago, and man did it feel good. We were "twitch jigging” in attempt to avoid snagging “by-catch” cod, which sometimes happens on “fast style” jigging where the jig spans a greater area in the water column with sharp hooks and soft cod bodies. Capt. Rob and I each had the same rigs, the 5/0 Crystal Jig-Biki rig paired with the 6.5oz Pink Sand Eel jig. His rig was tipped with sea clam, mine was not! I can’t say I out-fished Capt. Rob but I certainly did as well as he did. AND I made less mess! (No foul hooked fish either!)

Jigging for Yellowfin Tuna | South of Martha's Vineyard

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Jigging for Bluefin Tuna | Hogy Sand Eel Jigs

Capt. Mike Hogan and Eric Harrison head East of Chatham searching for tuna feeding on sand eels. When fish are suspended mid-water and near the bottom grubbing on sand eels, the Hogy Sand Eel Jig is an excellent presentation for getting deep quickly and covering the water column.