This lure is pre-rigged and ready to fish. Linear or sawtooth motion.
The swim action of the lure as it sinks is very attractive.
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LEVEL OF PRACTICE
- Shape: Shad - Length: 9 cm - Weight: 11 g - Quantity: 2 Please note that the eyelet, which is positioned under the lure, allows you to add a triple hook with a split ring to improve the chances of striking during attacks by predators under the lure.
If you want to fish in open waters, you should cast and reel in your lure in a linear manner. The vibration of the tail triggers the aggression of predators who will then be enticed by the shape that imitates the rest of the body. You can also fish just above the submerged grass beds by letting your lure descend to the desired depth. Then you just have to reel it in at a constant speed.
SINK AND DRAW
If the predator fish are less active and linger in crowded areas (submerged grass beds, obstacles, etc.) you can opt to let your lure descend into those areas and use a sawtooth motion. Attacks usually happen on the lure’s way back down before it re-enters the obstacle area. You can also use this motion in open waters.
The exclusive shape of this ROACH lure was designed from a 3D scan of a real roach. It is effective on all the principal freshwater predator fish: pike, perch, zander and black bass.
RTC: Ready to Cast means that the lure is pre-rigged with integrated hook and weight. This makes for a perfectly balanced lure with an excellent swim action for all conditions.