I guess I'm in the minority, but I really like catching Toros. They fight hard and are eager to pounce on pretty much any wobbling lure put in their face. I've caught them on everything from poppers, to inline spinners, to skip jigs. If I had an all-time favorite jig to chuck at these (with the possibility of a spanish mack or even a Redfish) I'd throw one of these:
It's called a 544 lure. The color is called scrambled egg. I'd throw the smaller one. It's a little under 5 inches and weighs about an ounce and a half. It's called a surface iron on the west coast, and we routinely killed all sorts of jacks and macks on them. They are really easy to fish. If you have a reel over 5:1 just simply cast out, and reel back in slowly. It wobbles and swims like crazy. Experiment with different speeds because each one is different. Once you get the proper speed and hit the sweet spot, fish jump all over them. I've even caught largemouth on them at Grapevine Lake.
Surface iron has been around for over 60 years on the west coast, and they really work all over the planet. I wouldn't obviously fish them on the flats or anything because you'll be loaded with grass on your hook.