Our saltwater version of the lure (US Patent #D779,028) imitates a stunned, or wounded, baitfish. They've been tested from Southern California for tuna and dorado all the way up to Alaska for salmon, halibut, and rockfish.
In addition to their unique action, another design element is the longitudinal channel that allows the lure to slip out of the way after a fish hits. Once this happens, you have a direct connection from your rod to the hook. This makes it more difficult for the fish to throw the hook.
To help give you a sense of the lure's results and to see underwater footage of its action, take a look at this video.
We sell our saltwater version of the OG1 in three sizes:
We sell our saltwater version of the OG2 in two sizes:
We rig the salt-water lures with either single, or treble hooks. And, we vary the leader size and length based on the target species. If you're targeting salmon, we recommend the shorter 4-foot leader in 30lb test. For larger fish (like tuna or dorado), we recommend the 6-foot leader in 80lb test. (We use split-rings, swivels, and snap-swivels that are suited to the species you're targeting).
One critical point: In order to obtain the correct action, your Old Goat lure needs to be fished behind weight, a downrigger, or a planer.