There are many metal lures that will do the job when fish are hitting “tin’. The A17-A37 diamond jigs are probably the most common. In heavy surf, those are often the best choice. When it’s calmer, I prefer something with a little more action, and use a tin called a “Spoon Jig”. These have been around since the 70s, but are a little hard to find. An Internet search of “spoon jig terminal tackle” should find them. The spoon jig is just one example of a tin with nice action. Point Jude Lures, Deadly Dick, Tsunami, and many other manufacturers make high quality metal lures that work well on stripers, especially when they’re feeding on sandeels.