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Flayer Jigs 

The OTI Flayer Jigs are the ultimate tool for enticing bottom-dwelling fish out of reefs and wrecks. Designed with precision and advanced features, these jigs are perfect for targeting a wide range of inshore species.

The Flayer Jig features a head section adorned with metallic paint, complemented by glow-in-the-dark accents and striking red 3D eyes. This eye-catching design attracts fish from the depths and adds a realistic touch to the lure. The multiple length skirts not only provide an irresistible action during the drop and fall, but also serve to conceal the double Raptor Assist Hooks, giving the jig a more natural appearance.

To maximize your fishing success, simply drop the Flayer Jig to the bottom or your desired depth and work it up slowly with short rhythmic jerks or large lifts. This technique mimics the natural movement of prey and entices fish to strike. Whether you're targeting inshore wreck or reef species, the Flayer Jig is the perfect choice to tempt even the most elusive fish.

For added versatility, consider tipping the hooks with bait if desired. This can further enhance the attractiveness of the Flayer Jig and entice hesitant fish to bite. Elevate your inshore fishing game with the Ocean Tackle International Flayer Jigs and experience the thrill of reeling in impressive catches from the depths of reefs and wrecks.


Flayer Jig Features:

  • Metallic Painted Head
  • Glow-in-the-Dark Accents
  • Red 3D Eyes
  • Multiple Length Skirts
  • Raptor Assist Hooks
Model Weight (oz) Weight (g) Size (in) Size (cm) Hook
OTI-1113-100 3.5 oz 100g 6.5 in 16.51cm (2) Raptor Assist Hooks
OTI-1113-150 5.3 oz 150g 6.5 in 16.51cm (2) Raptor Assist Hooks
OTI-1113-200 7.0 oz 200g 7.0 in 17.78cm (2) Raptor Assist Hooks
OTI-1113-250 8.9 oz 250g 7.5 in 19.05cm (2) Raptor Assist Hooks


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to
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