Fishing the wash-out holes at the jetties requires a ½- or ¾-ounce jig head, heavy enough to get down in the strong current. My go-to lure for deepwater reds is a Bomber Saltwater Grade Shad Head jig head, either glow-white or chartreuse, with a 5-inch Yum Money Minnow in pearl, or pearl with a chartreuse back. When I’m rigged and ready to fish, I drop the jig, and bump it up and down 1 to 3 feet off the bottom. The trick is to keep a taut line as the jig falls so you can feel the hit. Bull reds are tough and aggressive, but sometimes their often-subtle bite demands an immediate hook-set or they’ll blow out the bait.