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Whiskey Neat Pipe Jig 12oz

Whiskey Neat Pipe Jig 12oz

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Our Best All-Around Rock Fishing Lure

Our Whiskey Series Rock Fishing lures are pipe jigs for rockfish, lingcod, and halibut. The Whiskey Neat is in the middle weight class of our Whiskey Series, and this rockfish lure catches all types of fish including rockfish, lingcod, and halibut. This is an easy-to-use all around rockfish lure that will catch anything that's biting! It sinks fast and will still allow you to jig vertically, even in rough weather. This rock fishing lure will catch all species of rockfish, lingcod, and halibut. When you catch your next big saltwater fish, send us a picture on Facebook!


Rock Fishing Lure Weight and Length

Standard Rock Fishing Lure Length: 6.5"
Deluxe Rock Fishing Lure Length: 7.5" including Snap Swivel


Rock Fishing Lure Poundage Rating

121lbs Test


Rock Fishing Lure Hardware

Standard Rock Fishing Lure: 151lb Stainless Steel Split Ring
Deluxe Rock Fishing Lure: 151lb Stainless Steel Split Ring, 143lb Stainless Steel Ball- Bearing Barrel Swivel, 121lb Stainless Steel Ball-Bearing Snap Swivel


Rock Fishing Lure Hook

Standard Rockfish Lure - 2/0 Mustad Bronze Treble Hook
Deluxe Rockfish Lure - 2/0 Mustad 3x Strong Duratin Treble Hook


Rock Fishing Lure Effective Depth



Rock Fishing Lure Fishing Technique

Drop this rock fishing lure off the side of the boat.

Rock Fishing On The Ocean Bottom 

Allow the rock fishing lure to drop to the ocean bottom (you'll know when your line goes slack). Reel up 2-3 turns and jig heavily to bang the pipe jig on the ocean bottom. Reel up an additional 3-8 turns. Slowly jig your rock fishing lure above the ocean bottom in 2-6 foot motions depending on conditions. Continue to re-drop the lure and bang on the rock or sand bottom before reeling up 3-8 turns.


Rock Fishing NOT On The Ocean Bottom 

Let your rock fishing lure sink to the desired depth and begin jigging. The best jigging lengths and speeds can vary depending on desired sportfish and fishing conditions. Try more abrupt and irregular jigs, as well as smooth jigs with delays between actions.

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