New Arrival Alert: Beast Coast Jigs and Plastics
Dec 27, 2022
Beast Coast has been getting a ton of requests for specific fishing gear from all you anglers out there. The products discussed include football jigs, flipping jigs, and plastics. Different versions of football jigs are mentioned, such as the maxfield, baby dozer, and O.W sniper. We also go over the flipping jigs, a swim jig, and a swim bait called the Miyagi which is in high demand on the East Coast.
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Beast Coast Tungsten Max Feel Football Jig
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Beast Coast Tungsten Compound Baby Dozer Jig
$6.49 – 6.99
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Beast Coast Tungsten Compound Open Water Sniper Jig
$5.69 – 6.49
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Beast Coast Tungsten Vanquish Flipping Jig
$5.49 – 5.89
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Beast Coast Tungsten Lil' Magnum Jig
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Beast Coast Hustler Hybrid Finesse Jig
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Beast Coast Workingman's Compact Swim Jig
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Beast Coast Miyagi Swimmer
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Beast Coast Creep 6.5" Weedless Swimbait
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Beast Coast Magic Flick
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Beast Coast Flippin' Delight 3.8
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Beast Coast Bladerunner
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Hello out there, anglers and this is just landed and this was all by request. Once again, I talked about the customer surveys. We do quite a bit. Thank you very much for your participation in those clear winner from the uh, surveys that we put out there all over the country to be honest with you was Beast Coast had some even friends of mine ask us about it for a while. And obviously the consumer requests from you guys in those surveys very helpful. We do use those quite a bit. So if you do see one of those from us, please do fill it out. It does help us uh, prioritize and get more stuff in here that people are looking for. Uh, Beast Coast.
There's a whole bunch to unpack here, a bunch of stuff here. Very popular. A lot of you already found it on our site has been selling already for a while, but due to the holiday, we didn't get a chance to film this and get it out there to let you know what we got. We have there jigs and a bunch of their plastics starting off with the football jigs. Uh, you guys probably heard me talk a whole bunch of about football jigs. It's a confidence builder. For me, they have three different versions here. They have their maxfield football jig. This appears to be just like a pure tungsten head. That's glossy. So just maximum sensitivity. Uh, if you're looking to really feel what's going on out there for. Getting, if you're getting used to learning how to fish a football jig or just actually covering new water with a football jig. This would be a great one to go with.
Next up, this one is their baby Dozer I believe. Yes, the baby dozer football jig. This one's got a contoured or, or, or you know, kind of grippy style head to it, like a traction, like little feet on the bottom of it, it's gonna smash around in the bottom. Really kind of kick up more debris and make a little bit more commotion down there on the bottom because it's got that textured style head to it. So if you're dragging an area trying to get a reaction bite out of a fish. This would be a good one to go with this one here, This is the O. W sniper, it's a tungsten reservoir, This is the smallmouth crush approved version. So this is a little compact finesse version of their football heads. So if you're specifically targeting, uh smallmouth bass or heavily heavily pressured fish, check out that one.
Next up is some flipping jigs can be a flipping jig. This one's got a vertical line tie the way I like it for vegeta station tunks in small, little compact bandit, hand tied skirt there, uh then you've got a little magnum. So this is another tungsten flipping jig here. This one's got a little bit more of a recessed vertical line tied to it more traditional looking flipping jig than than uh than the other one there. Then you got the hustler finesse jig. So this is a horizontal line tied to a little bit better for that harder cover. It's got kind of that spider skirt to it that comes off the front. More finesse style skirting material to it. It looks like it's got some caribou and some hair in there. So you're looking at a really compact finesse presentation. You can fish on a spinning rod, you can fish with all the BFS stuff we've been talking about lately. Uh, any time you're having a hard time getting a bite and you know, there's some fish around. It's a great style bait to go after and try and get one of those bigger bites out of those weary fish. And lastly in the jigs you have the working man's premium tungsten swim jig. This thing is really pretty looking. I love the big guy in. It looks like a lot of the Wisconsin style river style swim jigs. We have up here in my neck of the woods. Really pretty looking jig. I'm excited to actually try that one out there. Lastly we got their plastics here. Probably the number one requested swim bait. We didn't have for a long time. We've got just about everybody seems like there's a billion swim baits out there.
This one must be a killer because this, the Miyagi, We've been asked for this a bunch from east coast. This is the creep 65 looks like you can rig this thing with like that. Uh, the jungle style hooks. The big owner swim bait hooks to rig it. We'd list probably punch a rivet through the nose of this and make it a line through if you want. This. Here is the magic flick. So this is a drop shot, flat top on it. Really pretty looking bait. Uh you will get some close shots of that. Really cool looking uh drop shot bait there. This one's interesting. This is their flipping bait. This is the flipping delight uh looks similar to a couple other flipping baits that are out there, but it does have an interesting scent to it. Uh and it's got a nice solid body to it. This is a good little flipping bait here. I'm interested to try that one out and one of the other most requested plastics from them.
This is the Blade runner. So this is their uh their bladed jig trailer, um jackhammer trailer, bladed chatter bait, trailer, vertical tails on it, but they're disconnected so you can make them flutter a lot more if you want to. Uh so this is a cool looking middle style profiles more than style. I prefer. I don't like a boot tail on the back of my chatter bait most of the time. So this would be a cool option for them. All. This beast coast stuff on the site. Now, thank you very much for filling out those surveys and letting us know we've already seen some good momentum with the East Coast. So look for us to add a lot more. Take care, go catch them.