Anglers Marine 22nd Annual Bass-A-Thon brings out the Big
Castaic: Legendary Big bass Hunter Mike Long was at the show with the
team at Castaic to highlight the brand new "Catch 22" Swimbaits. Why is it
called the Catch 22? Unlike other swimbaits this one actually comes with a
guarantee that it will catch 22 bass without losing its ability to swim. If the bait
breaks before catching 22 bass simply return the bait along with $7.50 shipping
and handling for a one time replacement.
The team at Castaic debut the new
Catch 22 swimbaits
How is Castaic so sure that these swimbaits will
last through 22 fish? The secret is Kevlar fibers that Castaic is called
InnerArmor. The InnerArmor fiber skeleton provides structural strength and
support and reinforces vital joint sections without changing the swimming action
of the bait.
The Catch 22 is guaranteed to keep
swimming even after 22 fish thanks to internal kevlar fibers
The fiber material extends from head to tail and
the entire head is actually wrapped underneath the soft plastic for increased
durability. The fiber skeleton is then bonded to the inside of the lure to
eliminate peeling and extends all the way to the tips of the tail.
Mike Long demonstrates rigging
The Catch 22 swimbaits will retail from $16.99 to
$29.99 depending on size and will be available from 10" all the way down to a
minute 4" size. The Catch 22 lures are just starting to become available now and
by December there should be plenty of baits in the channel.
The Catch 22 will be available in
...including the tiny 4" swimbaits
While at the Castaic booth Jason Scott also gave us a
sneak peek at a new sunfish bait they were working on. The new sunfish has three
soft joints and will also make use of the same InnerArmor design for increased
durability. While a retail price has not yet been set for the new sunfish it
will become available within the next 60 days.
A prototype sunfish will also make
use of InnerArmor in the future
A closer look at this realistic
Section: Mattlures Hard Bluegill Series