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If you only can make it to one ISE show take a trip to Sacramento
Have you ever seen a bass take down a duckling? We haven't either, but we have
talked to fishing Pros that have. Persuader brings us a topwater bait quite
unlike any other... the new "Baby Duck." The Baby Duck is a floating bait that
moves forward and makes feeding motions as it is twitched back to the boat. The
lure has been fished by pro's such as Randy Pringle, and at the booth a video
was shown where the Baby Duck received an aggressive strike and ultimately
landed the largemouth.
A topwater lure quite unlike any
other...the new Persuader Baby Duck
The Baby Duck makes use of a steel shank through
the bait which securely holds the Mustad treble hooks. The finish on the Baby
Duck was very impressive, and if anything this lure looks right at home in a
This duckling has a mean
bite...courtesy of two Mustad treble hooks
The lure is hand painted and actually has real
feathers on the duckling's back encased underneath three very thick coats of
enamel. We expected the lure to retail for a lot more than the 17 dollar MSRP.
Check out the real
feathers on the lure's back!
Best known for premium spinnerbaits Persuader had
their newest "E-Chip" lures on hand. The E-Chip is a patented technology that
emits a electrical pulse designed to attract fish strikes.
The EChip consists of a small stainless steel
tube with a stainless ball inside. At one end of the tube there is a special
ceramic crystal. As the ball strikes each end, the crystal produces a tiny
electric impulse which duplicates the nerve discharge of a wounded baitfish. The
E-Chip is attached directly below the silicone skirt. The E-Chip armed
spinnerbait is available in 3/6 and 1/2oz sizes and retails for $6.99.
Persuader's new Electronic E-Chip
The hidden E-Chip
A video showcased a Baby Duck fish
Owner of Persuader, Cliff, shows
us the unique topwater Baby Duck
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