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Hogy Heavy Minnow Jigs

5 reviews
Lure Weight

When the albies roll in it's often about the time the weather starts to shift and it isn't uncommon to have to deal with the wind when chasing them. This can make throwing small, lighter baits such as the Epoxy Minnow a challenge but the Hogy Heavy Minnow Jig is heavy enough to easily deal with a headwind.

It's also a great choice any time because lure placement is usually important with hard tails. Fall short, behind, or any where but in the wheelhouse and you are far less likely to get tight. A great casting lure such as this will help you put your offering right where it needs to be.

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Great Jigs

These jigs are the best for fat Alberto s when surfcasting. They have the weight to get them out and the durability to hit a few rocks on the jetty, better shore based choice than the epoxy jig. Standard hardware holds up well.

jessie s.
Great lures

great for bluefish and mackerel. Will drum up the occasional false albacore.

Matt G.
shipping costs

I could have bought these items anywhere but the difference was the shipping. Your shipping prices are almost half of what your competitors are charging-and thats the difference for me.

Mark A.
My Go To for Chasing Funny Fish

I was a long time fan of the 7/8 epoxy jigs before being put onto these by my friend who is a charter captain. Simply put, these out perform the 7/8 all day long and cast a lot farther. I don t head out without .75s and 1.25s in my bag in green, olive and pink.

Pete G.
Even better then a Hogy Epoxy Jig

Only thing better then the Hogy Epoxy Jig is the Hogy Heavy Minnow. I rarely throw a standard Epoxy jig anymore as the distance advantage plus the fact the Heavy stays in the water better just make it fish better almost all the time compared to the Epoxy Jig.