This lure takes the pain out of popping for big fish
Creates a massive surface splash and popping noise for limited effort, this lures attracts big fish
The effective power keel allows you to change the action of the lure instantly to get a walking splashing effect which is simply irresistible
About Splasher Salt & Sun Series:
The unique Splasher's cupped mouth was created to make as much noise as possible and to eject tons of water to attract fish from afar or from deep down! The lure's wide open mouth can create a real ruckus on top. It's capable of launching large volumes of water when necessary to do that. Using a softer stroke creates a more subtle "pop" and small twitches give it a mesmerizing walking action that throws water back and forth. The shape and design of this lure makes for easy long casting but also can be used for trolling. Never duplicated, the Splasher is a must-have to give you a unique advantage for catching a wide variety of species on top.
New for 2011! Dedicated to the very large predators, the Splasher 240 is a class of lure unto itself. It Moves water as no other bait on the deep blue sea. The result is it attracts game fish from a long distance AND very deep. Testing in Panama and Australia proved this was the lure that fish would hit the most when several lures were used at the same time on the same boat. Trophy specialist Olivier Charpentier's fish finder was showing large cubera snapper and tuna coming from as deep as 120 feet to attack this lure on top! This is definitely NOT a typical lure.
You must use the right rod, reel and line to be able to use this massive lure correctly and land the huge fish it will attract. Its mouth pushes so much water it looks like a GT (giant trevally) just attacked on top, so don't be fooled by the explosion you make when pulling on the rod! Also, it has an undulating, easy, walk-the-dog action that finesses strikes from finicky fish. A cut metal sheet inside connects the hooks and eye. Heavy duty ball bearing swivels and extra heavy 10/0 trebles arm this lure to handle all! It is also possible to replace the trebles with single hooks, rigging one in front of the head only, or one in front and one on the tail, depending how the fish are biting.