Type: Floating Pencil Bait
Trebles: sold without trebles
Target: Barracuda, Bluefish, Leerfish, Seabass, Dolphin, Bluefin Tuna, Amberjack
Swimming depht: topwater
Some fellows define it as ‘the walker’. It’s a small barracuda born for a bunch of spinning fans who needed a predator which, during its juvenile life, is a feast for every sort of predator. Conceived as a trophy fish chaser, from the very beginning Espetrón showed itself as a special lure that makes the difference. If you’re after big saltwater predators, Espetrón is a must in your tackle box.
Espetrón delivers all its performance under any condition: on calm, crystal-clear, rough or dark waters, this little wonder is a sure bet. Its background confirms that point: in many spin fishing gatherings, Espetrón always caught the best fish. In two editions of the Delta del Ebro Spinning Open tournament, again Espetrón seduced the hugest predators in the area, helping its owners win the prize for the biggest fish. And all that was achieved on the surface, outperforming sinking lures which were supposed to be more effective. Anyone who relies on Espetrón and puts its efficacy to the test, gets forever hooked to the unforgettable attacks it provides and knows well that facing a fishing day on the surface without it is like going to a battle with no ammo in your gun.
The first time they look at its size, many anglers think that such big lure won’t work in their usual spots… but they are absolutely wrong, because a two-pound seabass has no qualms about gobbling a 20 cm baby barracuda. It’s true that Espetrón was designed for Mediterranean bluefish and leerfish, but our friends in the Cantabrian Sea –who normally use 9 to 12 cm samples– praise it to the point that Espetrón becomes remarkably more effective than their usual lures. Those were the first to name it ‘the walker’, a deadly surface weapon with ‘walking the dog’ action that keeps 80% of its body on the water during the retrieve, resulting in a more appealing, vulnerable prey to the eye of predators. Its winding action triggers seabass, bluefish, dolphinfish, amberjack, leerfish, tuna, barracuda and many other species’ killer instinct, ending up inside their mouth. Our good friend Antonio Varcasia reports the fact from distant spots, where he saw Espetrón display its weapons of seduction the same way it had done before in local waters. If Espetrón rewards you with special fish that’s just because it is indeed a special lure.
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