Eelskin Jigs

Eel Skin Jigs

Rigged eel skins have accounted for some of the largest striped bass ever caught. In one form or another fishing with eel skins has been around since the late 1800s when they were trolled from rowboats and cast from the legendary striper stands in New England. In the late 1940s and the early 1950s, however, fishing with "skins" became an art form developed to perfection by diehard surf fisherman and savvy Cuttyhunk guides who fished them with deadly results.

This style has the hole in the "face" of the jig. These are semi bullet-shaped, with the hole dead center straight down the cylinder barrel allowing water to fill skin and give lifelike action.

Eel Skin Jig - Striper Candy

4 1/2 OZ

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