Spro SBTJ-3/4 Bucktail Jig
|3/4 oz.||Gamakatsu Jig 90 RB Black 5/0||Select Color||$3.99 USD|
The Prime Bucktail Jig is not like any other jig on the market. The unique shape of the head and placement of the eyelet help bring this lure to life. With bulging eyes, holographic finish, and blazing color, it puts fish at your mercy. The uniqueness of this bait is that it doesn't fall or hang straight down like other bucktails. It glides through the water, almost swimming along. When jigged, its body stays almost parallel to the bottom maintaining a very natural appearance. Like all SPRO products, Prime Bucktail Jigs are made with durable, super sharp Gamakatsu hooks. Once you fish it, you'll know why SPRO is the shape of things to come.
It's hard to fish the Prime Bucktail wrong. It can be jigged off the bottom for weakfish, fluke, or other saltwater fish. Cast it at schooling fish working it quickly back to the boat for cobia, stripers, snook, or dolphin. Swim it along in freshwater for big bass and walleyes, or troll it for reservoir stripers. It's hard to find somewhere that the Prime Bucktail won't work.
Cortlandt Manor, NY
Spro 3/4 Bucktail Jig
January 3, 2016
Can't go wrong with Spro Jigs various weights and colors to chose from. Caught them on sale buy 2 get 1 free (good deal), set for the 2016 season .
ProsThey hook and catch fish.
i like it
December 27, 2015
build, hook, size, weight. i like it
July 16, 2015
These jigs consistently catch fish
ProsDurable hair, super strong and sharp Gamaksu hooks
ConsPaint tends to flake off after a while in the salt but I would expect that from any lure living under water for hours at a time.
February 3, 2015
Spro head shape is perfect for fluke jigging. Sometime I add teaser hook about a foot above the bucktail.. 3/4 size is good for back bay fluking.
Great fluke lure
October 5, 2014
Great colors and craftsmenship. When fluking forget the traditional sinker, instead use a spro with some leader and a hook!
ProsMultiple sizes ans colors
Lake Hopatcong, NJ
love Spro bucktails
October 17, 2012
Most of my bucktails are Spro now. They have some great patterns, the price is right, and thetakey can take a beating. The paint is chipping off the front of a couple from getting pulled across rocky bottoms but that is expected. This is the smallest size I can cast ok with my surf rod. Great when nothing is around but small blues
ProsPrice durability Pattern selection
Simi Valley, CA
Good for rock fish
July 18, 2012
White kills the REDS all day you will fill your bag
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