Loc: Lake Fork, Texas
Just out from Fish30Acre, their first topwater lure, the new 4.75" Wakin' Gill!
For months the lure was tuned, tested and refined. Over the course of that time, many different lips, lip material, and lip angle were tried and tested. The final fiberboard lip gives the bait proper waking action, while also amplifying the frequency of the “clacking” sound, whereas a thick lexan lip only deadens that sound.
Another triggering action is the way the bait will “search” or “hunt” upon retrieve. On a straight and steady, medium retrieve, the Wakin’ Gill will swim a small degree to the left or to the right at unspecific times before turning back, all on its own. This action is due, in part, to the design of the joint and appropriate ballasting.
The 1.25 oz. Wakin’ Gill comes in many different taxidermy paint schemes that should cover the wide variety of bluegills found in water all across the United States. *Tuning to allow the bait to swim more left or more right can be done by simply bending the line tie ever so slightly left or right.
Fiberboard lip amplifies clacking sound
Large coffin-cut lip helps to prevent snags when fished around structure
Stainless steel internal hardware
Taxidermy paint techniques
At Lake Fork, you'll find them Only at Oak Ridge Marina!
_________________________ Oak Ridge Marina 2919 W. State Highway 154 Quitman, TX 75783 (903) 878-2529
Loc: ..around the way, near Lk Waco
I concur....gonna have to make a visit soon...
[img]http://s1190.photobucket.com/albums/z451...ser_media_share[/img] We all stumble and make mistakes. When you stumble, do you want your brother to help knock you down or to help set you back on your feet? JD PB: 8.4 (Lake Fork) Psalms 83:18 (Our God has a name) Matthew 24:14, 44