This lure is a piece of small collection under construction for Amazon fishing expedition next March. Target fish are Peacock bass and Payara. The idea is to mimic Aracu fish, which is the most common pray in muddy waters of Amazon basin.
It is a wobbling lure, 13 cm long and 35 g heavy, super shallow runner with internal weight shifting system that also acts like a rattle. The lure is made from bass wood. It is custom painted using a reflective foil with scales pattern as a base. Lure has very wide wobbling action, where lure wobbles around both vertical and horizontal axis, even when retrieved in full speed. Since it’s going to be used in muddy water, it is projected to start wobbling immediately when retrieved in any speed. It is excellent when cranked, twitched or jerked.
Since it is almost bulletproof, It can also be used in salt water for fishing top and upper layers water predators, for bass fish, pike, catfish, salmon in fast rivers, hucho hucho, big zander or any other water predator out there. All round player for any large size aggressive fish species out there.
I only make lures by hand and with no power tools used during making process. Therefore this lure takes around two weeks to finish. Numerous epoxy clear coats also need time to dry properly. So, if you need this wobbler, please expect some waiting time and plan your expedition accordingly.
Custom lures are the best out there, guys. When fishing on opened and snags free waters, go with handmade and custom lures, regardless of their price. You wan’t lose them so easy and your fishing experience will be something else.