Filter By
Applied Filters (0)
Clear All
Lure Type
Crankbaits (27)
Gobies (1)
Grubs (19)
Jigs (62)
Minnows (9)
Poppers (7)
Preserved (9)
Rigs (10)
Spoons (17)
Swimbaits (42)
Topwater (10)
Trailers (4)
Tubes (1)
Worms (2)
Lure Lip
Lipless (101)
Full Lip (10)
under $10 (210)
$10 - $20 (63)
$20 - $50 (4)

Saltwater Lures

277 Products
Product Compare Thumbnail Product Compare Thumbnail Product Compare Thumbnail Product Compare Thumbnail Sort By

Learn More About Saltwater Lures

Product Selection

Have a successful day out on the boat with high-performance saltwater lures from Field & Stream. Fishing in the ocean, bay or inlet presents its own unique challenges. Generally, the fish are bigger, stronger and searching for a unique type of prey. Saltwater fishing lures from this selection are designed to mimic the behavior of various bait fish as you crank them through the water, troll off the back of a slowly moving craft, or jig them up and down.

Manufactured by some of the industry's most well-respected brands, this high-quality gear will be a valuable weapon in your tackle box. From inshore saltwater lures that are ideal for casting off the beach or from a small boat, to spoons and jigs that will catch fish in any saltwater setting, there's something for every environment in this assortment.

Keep that big catch from being the one that got away with strong fishing line from Field & Stream.

Buying Considerations

Whether you're a seasoned pro or a novice angler, you know that choosing a lure is one of the most important decisions you'll make. These lures are essentially artificial saltwater bait, and often contain a scent and flavor that's meant to attract fish. That being said, what fish seem to like differs by species, environment, and sometimes even weather. Do the research, find out what's the best fish to go after in your area, and purchase the appropriate lure.

When choosing a lure, keep in mind that standard metal or fiberglass designs might be more durable than soft bait. It's best to stock up on a little of both, giving yourself options if you're not having any luck.

Jigs are great for catching a few different species of fish and squid, but they require a boat or long pier. Shore-casters won't have much use for them.

Store your lures in a well-organized box. Shop a variety of premium tackle boxes at Field & Stream.