OCT Jigs?

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  1. dctalk523

    dctalk523 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Anyone use these jigs before? Thoughts? Thanks.
     
  2. jiggyn

    jiggyn Do you even fish?

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    They swim and catch
    I believe what sets them apart too is they are machine cut so each one is exact
    Insuring exact measurements and a swimmer each time
     
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  3. Baller

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    Anyone who knows me knows that I fish jigs a lot. OCT jigs are one of my staples that are always tied on...
     
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  4. Bob Sands

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    Bob Sands tackle is carrying these great OCT jigs at the Fred Hall Long beach... At a discount.. You can ask Phillip about them as he should be again tending the jig racks, answering any and all questions about Jig fishing or fishing in genera.

    Jamie
     
  5. MAG0121

    MAG0121 Well-Known "Member"

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    They swim, they catch, they hit you in the wallet. But, when you consider how much you spend to get out on the water, a couple of $22 jigs are well worth it.
     
  6. Willdoggy

    Willdoggy Willing Member

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    And Jeff S is a really cool guy that owns One Cool Tuna (OCT). Support a local San Diego business!
     
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  7. dctalk523

    dctalk523 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    What colors do y’all recommend? The scrambled egg, mint and the olive green look sweet.
     
  8. Baller

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    Mint, Yellow and the Blue are my favs...

    The Black is the sleeper BUT if you are new to jig fishing it will be tough on you as it is hard to see reeling it in.
     
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  9. el Toro

    el Toro I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    They swim bitchin! But $30 for a jig is tough to fork over and hurts real bad when you lose one, think sea lions. A JRI at half the price just makes more sense to me.
     
  10. crawdadguy

    crawdadguy team greybeard

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    I got one as a gift (blue) cant wait to try it
     
  11. Panic

    Panic One Cool Tuna - Panic

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    Thanks for the post.. Had a really good day at Day at the Docks Sunday and talked with a lot of people and heard some great storis of fish being caught on the OCT Jigs.. Thanks a lot for the support and I hope everyone that got their first OCT Jig on Sunday have a great time with them.. One Cool Tuna -
     
  12. Saponi73

    Saponi73 Desert Fisherman

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    Owned 3 black ones. Excellent results. Makes anyone a surface iron fisher man.
     
  13. michael e. bingham

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    I've had great results on the white and chrome fishing Puerto san isidro for the white seabass and yellows , a slow lazy crank and the sea bass love em , I bought a half a dozen more at the del mar show , candy bar jigs also have a lazy swim pattern but the last couple of years weve been using the oct 10s , it hurts when you lose one thou
     
  14. Saba Slayer

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    Those Line Labels that Jeff sells are really good too...it"s nice to know at a glance what flouro and spectra is on your reel.
    We'll have some of One Cool Tuna's line labels in our Battle of the Bays Captain's bags and we'll be giving away some OCT Jigs to the biggest bass caught at each event...!
    Jeff is one of our regular CCA CAL sponsors...THANKS One Cool Tuna...!
    www.battleofthebays.com
     
  15. Man Overboard

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    I use the mint green and yellow. Green and mint have preformed for me. No black but I will be given one a shot soon we’re not in stock when I put in my order
     
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    Thanks Jeff!
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    Those were from DATD right? I think we talked a fair bit...
     
  18. Jacob Christman

    Jacob Christman Newbie

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    A buddy and I went to pick up a jig each and were excited to see how they swim. Not gonna lie, I was pretty annoyed when these expensive jigs swam like they did. His essentially went in a straight line, with next to no side to side kick. The jig I got is slightly better, but it wont be the 1st jig I reach for next time I'm on the water. Guess we got some $30 lemons??
     
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    MAG0121 Well-Known "Member"

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    How did you have them rigged and did you play with different retrieve speeds? Mine have great kick so long as they aren't retrieved too quickly (40lb mono tied directly to the ring)
     
  20. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    I wish I could get the solid works or cad files for these jigs. I'd like to play around with them at the CNC at my school
     

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