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Fishing Lures - Berkley® Frenzy™ Diver Diving Crankbaits Get New Colors and 3-D Eyes

Fishing Lures - Berkley Frenzy

Fishing Lures - SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA - One of the most popular and easy to use fishing lures is the Berkley Frenzy Diver crankbait. Cast out, crank in. The technique can be just that simple. And the fish catching abilities of a Frenzy Diver have been witnessed by anglers pursuing all species of game fish. Jay Yelas won the 2002 Bassmasters Classic using the Frenzy Diver.

To make the Frenzy Diver even more appealing to the fish, 3-D eyes and face details have been added and a new color selection created. The new colors, many with the new diamond pattern, including AYU (a small Japanese fish), goldfish, lemon lime, chartreuse craw, rainbow trout, firetiger, chrome blue, bumble bee, Texas shad, orange red fleck, perch, blue chartreuse, Tennessee shad, crawdad, chrome bluegill, black gold and chrome threadfin shad.

The foundation of Berkley Frenzy baits has been built on the premise that "fish feed on the action." Frenzy baits are designed through extensive research and field-testing unique motions that affect the predatory response of fish. The scientifically proven action of 3/8 ounce these baits translates into catching more fish.

The 3/8-ounce shallow running Floating $4.99 series is used for lure retrieval from the surface down to a depth of five feet while the 3/8-ounce medium runner can reach eight to ten feet deep. Both diving depths are based on using 10-pound test Berkley Trilene XT® fishing line.

Frenzy shallow and medium Divers measure 2 3/4 inches long are rigged with super sharp premium #4 treble hooks fore and aft. Both baits float at rest.

The suggested retail price for either the shallow or medium Frenzy Diver is $4.99. To find out more about the Berkley Frenzy Diver or for the nearest Berkley retailer, call Berkley Consumer Services at 1-800-BERKLEY or visit the Berkley web site at:


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