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11-02-2015 10:16 PM
Etexag
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Originally Posted by William Dean Sr. View Post
Bottom fishing/jigging:
1. Bucktail jigs
2. Small knife/butterfly jigs
3. Carolina rig with sardines for bait
4. Snapper slapper

Trolling:
1. Skirted ballyhoo
2. Snapper slapper (you can put a sardine on them too)
3. Naked ballyhoo
4. Small jet heads, chuggers, etc.
5. Cedar plugs

Casting:
1. Typical soft plastics w/1/2oz jig heads. Glittery green is my fav.
2. Small butterfly can entice dorado
3. Small snapper slapper (work well for pitching at ling/dodo)
4. Small circle hook on floro leader with livies or ballyhoo


30 miles typically isn't going to produce much that would require large lures. So, anything you would use inshore would suffice and smaller versions of anything you would use for larger fish way offshore.


Thanks for the help
11-02-2015 10:15 PM
Etexag
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterTom View Post
What are your target species? Kingfish, ling, snapper, mahi, tripletail?
All of the above...
11-02-2015 11:01 AM
William Dean Sr. Bottom fishing/jigging:
1. Bucktail jigs
2. Small knife/butterfly jigs
3. Carolina rig with sardines for bait
4. Snapper slapper

Trolling:
1. Skirted ballyhoo
2. Snapper slapper (you can put a sardine on them too)
3. Naked ballyhoo
4. Small jet heads, chuggers, etc.
5. Cedar plugs

Casting:
1. Typical soft plastics w/1/2oz jig heads. Glittery green is my fav.
2. Small butterfly can entice dorado
3. Small snapper slapper (work well for pitching at ling/dodo)
4. Small circle hook on floro leader with livies or ballyhoo


30 miles typically isn't going to produce much that would require large lures. So, anything you would use inshore would suffice and smaller versions of anything you would use for larger fish way offshore.
11-02-2015 07:27 AM
SaltwaterTom What are your target species? Kingfish, ling, snapper, mahi, tripletail?
11-01-2015 10:53 AM
Etexag Any one?
10-27-2015 06:14 PM
Etexag Thanks for the reply. I have the rods, I am looking for lures and tackle
10-26-2015 03:36 PM
ksong Jigging and trolling are totally two different things.
If you fish within 30 miles, I recommend light jigging rods. Slow Pitch jigging rods are good for inshore jigging for snapper or cobia, drum or blackfin tuna, AJ or small grouper.

You might troll with the light jigging rods.
10-25-2015 04:08 PM
Etexag
New Rig Fishing Set Up (Tackle Suggs and Reccos)

Hey guys....I am new to off shore, jigging and light trolling. I am looking for an assortment of must have jigs, lures and tackle. I will mostly be fishing rigs and light trolling. I know this is pretty broad, but I could use the help.

I'll be mostly fishing out of Galveston and up to 30 miles offshore.

Using a couple Terez Rods with Avet LX reels with 60lbs test.

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