Ocean Tackle International Slow Pitch Jigs

Ocean Tackle International Slow Pitch Jigs

$6.30 - $8.40
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TD Code
DescriptionWeightQty Per PackColorPrice
OTI-1109-80BP
OTI-1109-80BP
Slow Pitch Jig80g1Blue/PinkReg Price $8.99Our Price $6.30
OTI-1109-80SL
OTI-1109-80SL
Slow Pitch Jig80g1SilverReg Price $8.99Our Price $6.30
OTI-1109-80CH
OTI-1109-80CH
Slow Pitch Jig80g1ChartreuseReg Price $8.99Our Price $6.30
OTI-1109-135BP
OTI-1109-135BP
Slow Pitch Jig135g1Blue/PinkReg Price $9.99Our Price $7.00
OTI-1109-135SL
OTI-1109-135SL
Slow Pitch Jig135g1SilverReg Price $9.99Our Price $7.00
OTI-1109-135CH
OTI-1109-135CH
Slow Pitch Jig135g1ChartreuseReg Price $9.99Our Price $7.00
OTI-1109-155BP
OTI-1109-155BP
Slow Pitch Jig155g1Blue/PinkReg Price $10.99Our Price $7.70
OTI-1109-155SL
OTI-1109-155SL
Slow Pitch Jig155g1SilverReg Price $10.99Our Price $7.70
OTI-1109-155CH
OTI-1109-155CH
Slow Pitch Jig155g1ChartreuseReg Price $10.99Our Price $7.70
OTI-1109-220BP
OTI-1109-220BP
Slow Pitch Jig220g1Blue/PinkReg Price $11.99Our Price $8.40
OTI-1109-220SL
OTI-1109-220SL
Slow Pitch Jig220g1SilverReg Price $11.99Our Price $8.40
OTI-1109-220CH
OTI-1109-220CH
Slow Pitch Jig220g1ChartreuseReg Price $11.99Our Price $8.40
Ocean Tackle International Slow Pitch Jigs were developed from the Japanese Slow Jigging Technique. These Jigs have a slower rate of descent to replicate a shocked or stunned bait fish which gives the jig more time to get bit. This is due to the keel weighted and slope design on the underside of the jig witch gives its erratic actions on the fall.

***Come unrigged, no terminal tackle included***
4.5 Stars based on 13 reviews
By Jim
, Portsmouth RI
Ocean tackle slow pitch jig
June 12, 2021
Seems solid. Hoping to use for tuna.
By Robby
Wa. State
Chips easly
June 3, 2021
Got it looked good, but both have chipped when I was attaching hooks and swivels. Way too easily I feel and they haven't even met the rocks of washington state yet let alone the lingcod. I expected better harder paint.
ProsPrice
ConsChipping paint way to easily.
By Kevin
Queens, NY
great lure
May 28, 2021
lure is great and got some decent fish on it
By Russ
Va
Nice Spoon
April 19, 2021
I bought this on sale, was I ever surprised when I open my box! Very good quality and design. I haven’t decided on split ring and hook yet, my charter isn’t for five more months.
ProsNice design good quality
ConsN/A
By Hoo?s T.
NEFL
Great Jigs for your money
April 16, 2021
Love the glow! Make sure to let them sit in the sun (charge up) before using. Take covers off on the ride out and you should be fine. Grouper and Snapper magnets!
ProsGlow is a killer. Wrap stays on really well, even with toothy critters.
By Jorge F.
Miami
Great shape and action
March 15, 2021
I wish the glow in the dark was a bit brighter so it catches the attention of the deep creatures. Im yet to catch a fish on it but so far so good. Good price and good quality
ProsPrice and action
ConsI wish the glow was brighter
By mike
weaverville, CA
Great price
February 11, 2021
Doesn't come with hook but definitely worth it considering the price
By Jeff
PA
Good product
October 25, 2020
Arrived on time & product was as advertised. Love Tackle Direct.
By Joe
Medford, NJ
Solid Jigs
March 24, 2020
These jigs are are great for slow pitch jigging whether it's for cod, haddock, or sea bass in the northeast. Or snappers down in Costa Rica.
ProsGreat action and gets to the bottom fast.
By Fisherman
Florida
Slow pitch jiggs
March 10, 2020
Good Jiggs.... stays in the strike zone longer?
ProsStays in the strike zone longer
ConsNone
By Chris
Ft Lauderdale
Good quality, good price
November 6, 2019
Haven't tried this one yet, but did well with one just like it in the past with muttons and blackfins
By David
Dover, MA
Good quality
April 20, 2019
Hope to try it on some haddock next week, looks pretty good quality made.
ProsGreat price/quality
By The K.
Jersey
Great Jig
January 3, 2019
Works well for tuna and many bottom fish.
5 Questions & 5 Answers
Nick Pittarelli
from New York asked:
November 20, 2019
What kind of hook rig do you suggest I put on this jig?


1 Answer
Depending on the size of the jigs which would determine the size of the hooks I would use assist hooks 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 20, 2019

Bill
from Port St Lucie, FL asked:
September 24, 2019
Which end is the bottom of the jig?
1 Answer
There is no bottom or top either end can be rigged with assist hooks. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on September 26, 2019

Bill
from Sailing the seas. asked:
May 7, 2019
Do these have any glow paint on them?
1 Answer
They don't have uv glow paint 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 8, 2019

PHILLIP JOHNSON
from SPRINGTOWN, TEXAS asked:
April 24, 2021
Why do you have the weight in grams and not ounces?
1 Answer
Most jigs are measured in grams and are used heavily overseas, which is why the ratings are listed in grams. 
Submitted by: Austin - TackleDirect Customer Service on May 6, 2021

Matthew Baldiga
from NC asked:
February 3, 2021
How do you determine what weight jig to use?


1 Answer
Selecting the right jig size really just depends on your given fishing scenario. You may need heavier jigs in some cases, different profiles, colors, etc. There is no right or wrong for choosing what size, more so about how and what the fish are feeding on will usually determine the weight of the jig used.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on February 3, 2021

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