Designed to catch more fish and lose less, this in-line lure is based on a classic that just keeps catching the big ones! Narrower than the original D360° and with more weight in the tail, it allows you to cast to the horizon
The Tasmanian Devil or "Tassie Devil" as it is more affectionately known, was born in 1979 The Lure consists of a hollow weighted, torpedo shaped central core surrounded with plastic including curved wings out each side. A wire loop with hook coupled is fitted through the core.
The small Danish island Bornholm in the Baltic Ocean is famous for its excellent sea trout fishing. For many years local lure makers have been using a design with a small keel to make compact and balanced lures with a side-to-side action
Tackle House BKS 75 lures although relatively small have excellent casting abilities. Using tungsten ball weight transfer system they allow long and accurate casting. The lure sends sends out lots of strong vibrations which ca-
he slim shape of this lure generates a stable flying posture, providing excellent performance both in terms of casting distance and accuracy. It wont give you any feel of heaviness on retreive, and the high-speed twitching caused when