Flashing LED Deep-Diving Fishing Lure
Banned in some U.S. States for catching too many fish!
Stock #: 275035
- Three fishermen using a LED flashing lure in Mexico caught 650 large-mouth bass in just 25 hours. That’s a bass every seven minutes for each person, and a record for the lake they were fishing. They said the bass struck with such ferocity they hardly lost a strike.
- Three fishermen in Washington State used a popular lure baited with shrimp and caught nothing after fishing three hours in cold weather. One of them tried a flashing lure he was asked to test and 30 minutes later caught a thirty-pound steelhead.
- In Florida two professionals fished for four hours from the same boat. One used a flashing-red lure; the other used some top-selling U. S. lures. The new, "bleeding” lure caught three times as many fish.
- A Tournament fisherman on a lake in Florida tried everything in his tackle box and had no bites. He switched to an LED flashing lure and caught a bass on his first cast, and had his limit in 45 minutes.
- Fishing authorities in Wyoming banned this lure because it gives fishermen too much of an advantage.
Get it now before it's banned in Ontario!
- This new hard bait blinks a blood-red light to simulate injury. Fish can't resist the thought of an easy meal of an injured fish and strike
- Suitable for both salt & freshwater fishing
- Can dive to depths of 10 to 15-feet underwater
- Water activated to save battery life - no switches required!
- Light will last up to 200 hours
- Light can be deactivated simply by removing the lure from the water and wiping it off with a drying cloth
- LED and lure colour: Red
- Tiger striping on the top of lure makes it look more like a real fish
- Length: 8-cm
- Very effective in low light conditions such as dark water, early morning, late evening, and deep water situations.
- This lure has been used to catch Salmon, Halibut, Rockfish, Lingcod, Mackerel, Pike, Trout, Bass, and Walleye
- Includes 2 interior non-replaceable high-quality batteries
- The lure's technology has been banned in Wyoming because it caught too many fish
- Brand new product in manufacturer's packaging!
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