Fishing Lures - A Heavy Hitter From Creme Lure Company
Fishing Lures - Because of its unique laminated design, fish just can't ignore Creme Lure Company's Super TubeŽ Heavy. Designed to imitate forage fish, Creme lures has taken the venerable tube bait one step farther by making it as lifelike as possible.
"The Super Tube Heavy was designed and built with all the latest techniques in mind," said Chris Kent, Creme Lure Sales Manager. "The tube is heavy to get the fast drop desired by today's fishermen. The Super Tube Heavy's coloration duplicates a forage fish, but its patented, internally laminated body design is what really sets it apart from any other on the market. This color duplicates a forage fish's gills, which is the last thing a predator fish sees before he engulfs the prey. And then there is the air or scent rushing past the lure's tentacles. This is truly a unique bait."
The Super Tube Heavy is being manufactured in four fish-catching patterns-shad, sunperch, bluegill and crawfish. Tube baits are a perfect compliment to a jig. They can be fished as swimming baits, slowly drawing the rod tip up from 9 o'clock to 12 without reeling, and then letting it drift down while reeling. It can also be fished by slowly reeling it while occasionally twitching the rod tip and pausing.
The tube bait design has been around since the 1980s, and has proven itself capable of catching fish of all sizes. The baits are successful from the time fish move into the shallows in the spring until late in the fall.
"Fishermen have found tube baits will work on both freshwater and saltwater species. Adding this new flash-appeal, we think the Super Tube Heavy is just going to work that much better," Kent said.
For additional information on any of Creme Lure Co.'s, send e-mail requests to [email protected]
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