Bomber Badonk--a-donk Topwater Lure
The Bomber Badonk-a-donk Topwater fishing lure offers state-of-the-art technology for fishing in the Caribbean Sea. This lure produces panicked prey vibrations that attract larger fish with ease. The lure is 3 1/2 inches long and includes a size 4 hook. Choose the high-pitch version to gain the best results on windy days or when the water is murky or rough from stormy weather. For calm days when the sun is shining, there is a low-pitch version.
Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Lure
The Berkley Gulp! Saltwater lure is designed to look and smell identical to fish in the sea. Consumers can choose from small squid, sandworm and blood worm designs. There are also shrimp, peeler crab and saltwater pogy lures. These lures are made of natural ingredients and release 400 times the scent that plastic baits do. The strong scent easily attracts fish in the Caribbean Sea that are searching for prey. Consumers can also have comfort in knowing that the lures are biodegradable in case they get detached from the fishing line with the fish. The jelly molds that these lures are made of make them jiggle similar to the actions of the real creatures they resemble.
The Captain Bart Miller line
The Captain Bart Miller line of fishing lures are specially designed for catching larger fish. They come fully equipped with a weighed end with a fishing hook and have brightly colored jelly strings attached to draw large prey to you. The lures are designed to hook fish up to 2,000 pounds with ease. The super plunger lure is ideal for deep sea fishing in the Caribbean Sea, while the candy and prowler lures are perfect for shallow water saltwater fishing. This fishing lure is designed to create gentle waves and sounds in the water to attract large prey with ease.
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