Lucanus Jigs

Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by Lucky B, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. Lucky B

    Lucky B Well-Known "Member"

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    Has anybody had any luck with the Lucanus Jigs? If so, which colors and weights work the best?
     
  2. fishnbuddy

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    I haven't used them but wanted to let you know there was some cheaper knock offs rolling around. Those Lucanus Jigs are expensive!!
    ...jr.
     
  3. dalurker

    dalurker old skool rules

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    do a search here. it was a hot topic when it first came out... i'm to lazy to pull the link for ya...
     
  4. Darylfw

    Darylfw Member

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    I've used the orange with pretty good luck. Also have the blue and red which didn't do as well.
     
  5. gatothecat

    gatothecat . .

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    Braid Thumpers are Just as good and ALOT cheaper...
     
  6. GUERO

    GUERO Mansfield to Alijos......

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    the orange, green and purple ones are deadly
    reds, lings, calicos, and sandies all get dead

    Gene at dana Landing has some Japanese knock-off's that are pimp, only $8 instead of $15 if thats more your speed

    Daiwa has some cool ones we tested this year that are pretty sweet too
     
  7. Derfsondeck

    Derfsondeck DUMBASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hang em' on your tree.
     
  8. lip_ripper

    lip_ripper Member

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    On my last bottom fishing trip I used the gold one and caught a nice chuckle head first drop. The second I caught a sculpin. I just got some for x mas and leaving tonight on the holiday for a run I will keep you posted...Expenses yes but everything is worth a try..
     
  9. Bigfish69

    Bigfish69 Dirty Fisherman

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    Tell randy john and his old man say hello. Good luck and will be awaiting the count
     
  10. duanediego

    duanediego fish hard.

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    ive been fishing a braid sea fox (braid's knock off) in red the past couple weeks and its been killing em. work it SLOW and let the fish hang themselves.....

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  11. 12yak

    12yak Death From Above

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    Caught a JP Vermillion Rockfish on my first try with an orange one. I've heard that the tan/gold one is working well too.

    12yak
     
  12. Bigfish69

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    Dont know yet, just got sum for christmas. Cant wait to try them but by the look of duanes day on the water i think its gonna work great.
     
  13. 45king

    45king Tuna smasher

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    This was caught on the Lucanus with J.J and Drew as my witness. haha
     
  14. Bigfish69

    Bigfish69 Dirty Fisherman

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    Shit thats a nice one. I love your kids bloody deck salute, priceless!
     
  15. tailsurfer

    tailsurfer Member

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    All i've caught with them is 1 bone 200 ft. down.
     
  16. BloodyHooker

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    They ALL work!
    I prefer the heavier ones when fishing deeper water for obvious reasons, but they ALL work well.

    Yes they are expensive, but when you are spending hundreds of dollars on gas, bait, rod and reels, why not have jigs that work?
     
  17. Lucky B

    Lucky B Well-Known "Member"

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    Thanks guys. I think will purchase a few and give em a go. Thanks for input. Sounds like they will work.
     
  18. duanediego

    duanediego fish hard.

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    thanks for the heads up on those. went and scored a couple to try out over the weekend...

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    yup, they work. note the octopus tentacles deep in its mouth and coming out of its gills. i really like these jigs :boobies:
     
  19. 45king

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    it was the best present I got for my birthday last year. haha
     
  20. marlyn

    marlyn I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    a squid head and a 3 cent hook works good too,just sayin...
     

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