LTD Epoxy Jig Kit (9pc)
- (1) EPO30SQ
- (1) EPO30MH
- (1) EPO30PB
- (1) EPO40SQ
- (1) EPO40MH
- (1) EPO40PB
- (1) EPO60SQ
- (1) EPO60MH
- (1) EPO60PB
The LTD Epoxy Jig Kit: This collection of best selling LTD Hogy Epoxy Jigs covers nearly any light tackle inshore casting scenario. Perfect for targeting Albies and Stripers and small Tuna.
(3) 7/8oz Epoxy Jigs: Our top choice for casting to albies and light tackle stripers in breezy conditions. A slightly larger profile is an excellent imitator of peanut bunker and bay anchovy.
(3) 1.25oz Epoxy Jigs: Our top selling for shore casters targeting albies and stripers. This size offers the best casting range while maintaining an imitative profile of smaller baitfish.
(3) 2oz Epoxy Jigs: Our top selling for shore casters targeting albies and stripers. This size offers the best casting range while maintaining an imitative profile of smaller baitfish.
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 week ago7/8 oz Mackerel gets it done
Love the 7/8oz epoxy when I need a little more distance, casting into the wind or casting from shore. Did really well with the Albies on 7/8oz Mackerel lure this fall.RGRobert G.Verified Buyer
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars2 weeks agoEpoxy jigs
Great bought dozens Albie killersGPGavin P.Verified Buyer
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 month agoAlbie Crack!
1st cast Bonito. 3rd cast Albie. Can’t beat it!OOrrinVerified Buyer
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 month agoPEANUTS!
They pour out of the harbors as the night time temperature drips. They hold to the beaches, shorelines and shoals for pritection. I am going to take the 7/8 ounce Pranut Bunker colored epoxy jig and run it close to the bottom for fluke along the shoreline that are making their way west in Long Island Sound. Albies like Peanuts too! I throw a small cast net for Peanut Bunker holding to the shoal outside of Stony Brook Harbors inlet.AJAndrew J.Verified Buyer
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 month agoNo Brainer
Right weight to cast a mile and get ahead of the speedsters. Rigged with VMC Permasteel 4X hooks and heavy split rings. Covered with epoxy. Slightly offset to wobble a little. Avle to work the whole water colmn. Heavy enough to drop for ground fish between the action casting. One more thing. Have you ever seen a Bay Anchovy? McGowan over at Cow Harbor Bait and Tackle took the time to post this photo the other day. They are all over the place. My brother and I used to seine them off the shoreline. I am going to cast it to the outside of the school so it stands spart or drag/twitch it slowly on or nearthe bottom where they just were to see if I can get the Chaperone.AJAndrew J.Verified Buyer
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