If the wrecks are under 250 ft and the Tuna seem to be running under 12#s I like 100 to 170 gram jigs. Both speed and flutter jigs work at this depth. When the wrecks are deeper than that, and the Tuna tend to run larger, 200 to 300 grams jigs seem to be the ticket for me. Especially long skinny speed jigs about 8 inches long.
Harlan, swing by our house and I'll go through the jigs with you.
Thanks. Anyone know how to shrink these pics on the forum? I uploaded them from my cellphone. They looked normal there, but are now huge. What am I doing wrong?
You are correct. First cast, soon as raised off bottom. When will your 250 grams be back in stock?
One Named Fishin' said:
250 is a little heavy for tuna, tough they will hit them. If the current is light, go smaller😉