Just Pitch It Flutter Fish Jig -100gms/180gms Drop it/Cast it-Salt water Jigs

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Just Pitch It Flutter Fish-Saltwater Jigs

 Techniques: Drop it over the boat- Cast it Drop it into the fish Zone and Reel 

 Great Lure for all Pelagic Fish Feeding on smaller baits and Predator Reef Fish

  • Mustad 5x strong Double assist hooks w/Glow Feathers- size 2/0 100gm or 4/0 180gm
  • Casting -Easy to use Just Reel it in, Quick Drop -Flutter Fall action  on Drop
  • 4 inches 100gms 5 inches 180gm
  • 100g (3.5oz) or 180gm (6.3oz)
  • 150lb Split rings (no Changing of hooks needed)


The -Just Pitch It Flutter Fish Saltwater Jig is a perfect lure for big game fishing for Tuna, Yellow Tail, Mahi Mahi, Fish Bottom, and more. This jig is designed with a weighted body for increased casting distance and accuracy. It's made with durable metal construction and features strong Mustad Double assist hooks for a secure hold. The bright and reflective colors are sure to attract the attention of any tuna or bottom Dwellers in the area. With the Just Pitch It Flutter Fish-Saltwater Jig, you'll have the perfect lure for a successful tuna fishing trip.

Metal jigs: are versatile fishing lures that have become increasingly popular among anglers for their effectiveness in attracting a wide variety of saltwater species. The design and weight of metal jigs allow them to be cast over long distances and work effectively at different depths. Here are some popular fishing styles or techniques using metal jigs

How to Fish Our Jigs:

Casting and Retrieving: While metal jigs are predominantly used for vertical jigging, they can also be cast and retrieved horizontally. Cast the metal jig near structure or over schools of baitfish and retrieve it at varying speeds to imitate a fleeing or injured fish.

Jigging: Jigging is the primary and most common fishing style used with metal jigs. Anglers drop the metal jig vertically into the water and then retrieve it with quick, upward-jerking motions followed by controlled descents. This action mimics wounded or fleeing baitfish, attracting predatory fish like tuna, amberjack, snapper, and grouper.

Fast Jigging / Speed Jigging: This is an aggressive form of jigging where the angler rapidly jerks the metal jig through the water column. The goal is to trigger reaction strikes from fast-moving pelagic species like tuna, kingfish, and wahoo.

Slow Pitch Jigging: Slow pitch jigging is a more methodical approach where the angler works the metal jig with slower and deliberate movements, imitating the natural movement of injured prey. It can be effective for catching species that prefer a slower presentation, such as snapper and grouper.

When using metal jigs, it's essential to vary your retrieval speed, depth, and jigging motion to determine what the fish prefers on a given day. Additionally, pay attention to the color and size of the jig, as different conditions and species may favor specific color patterns or lure sizes. Metal jigs are a fantastic addition to any angler's tackle box and can yield exciting results across various fishing styles and environments.