Shimano Lucanus Jigs
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|Weight (g / oz)||Color||Price|
|60g / 2oz||Select Color||$14.99 USD|
|80g / 3oz||Select Color||$14.99 USD|
|100g / 3.5oz||Select Color||$14.99 USD|
|150g / 5.25oz||Select Color||$17.99 USD|
|200g / 7oz||Select Color||$17.99 USD|
Shimano's Lucanus Jigs is a fun and exciting approach to catching bottom species. The Lucanus Jig has an aerodynamic head design that lets it sink quickly to the bottom and stabilize the jig when it is retrieved. The Shimano Lucanus Jig also uses the multiple hook system to provide a higher hook-up ratio and a durable silicon skirts. The trailers wobble and vibrate durring the jig movement.
4.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
West River, MD
Too Expensive but they catch
December 6, 2014
Odd looking beasts, but the Luncanus jigs catch fish! Black Sea Bass really like these, especially anything with chartreuse in the color. Way too expensive, and when you are over the reefs/wrecks, you're going to lose tackle, so these are tough to buy at such an expensive cost. But they work....
Top Snapper Jig.
July 30, 2014
This Is one of those things that just WORKS. I don't know why but every year in Port Philip Bay in Victoria the Shimano Lucanus jigs are out and constantly catching good fish! Sometimes while using the Lucanus jig I find it even out fishes bait. I like to let it hit the bottom, Give the reel 3 winds then just lift the rod tip towards the horizon then point the rod tip back down toward the water and the jig will just flutter down. The fish seem to love this jig but be carefull as the hooks are sticky sharp as I found out the hard way, They are of the assist style and they work too good!
June 24, 2014
I have used this jig mainly for rockfish after making a few adjustment. I live in and fish in northern California and fish in two areas for rock fish Pt. Sur and Half Moon Bay. In both areas I have been successful with this lure. I found two colors that seem to work better than all of the others Chartreuse/white and Dungeness Crab. Both lures a track Ling Cod and other rock fish I use the 200g size since we are fishing in 200 ft of water most of the time. In Half Moon Bay the water is shallower and I drift the lure bouncing off the rocks making sure to pop it quickly to keep from hanging up and found this method to be very productive in both area's it can be fish vertically tip with a little strip of squid. This area also seem to be less sensitive on color. I'm very satisfied with this product and have started investigating the use of the smaller sizes. I would recommend this lure to others if you can afford losing one every now in then, remember "rock fishing".
ConsPrice and installing new skirts the rubber band is very difficult to position with the new skirt.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Farmingdale, NY asked:
July 26, 2014
Hello! Does Shimano recommend adding a strip bait to these lures? If so, what are your thoughts on Adding strip bait? Thank you for your time!
Yes they are deadly when adding a small strip or cut bait.
on July 26, 2014
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