Rigging the Bruko in this manner is pretty straight forward. The point of a 3/0 hook goes through what would be the worm's egg sack and sets up nicely for a weedless presentation. Pitching the bait unweighted on the afore mentioned rig was effortless and dropping the bait right next to the boat so I could see how it behaves as it descends did not demonstrate any of that "Flying Lure" action, but the bait does descend in a very neutral buoyancy position.
Shown here rigged wacky style aboard an Owner Wacky Jig Head.
I experimented with other riggings for this bait as well including on a shakey head for a lazy man's Neko rig, but how I liked this bait best was on a weighted wacky jighead like Owner's Wacky Jig Head. Fished in this manner, the Bruko really shakes and shimmies as it descends.
Also on a Spotstalker Shakey Head.
The Bruko's plastic is moderately soft, but begins to break apart after a couple of fish. Granted, Wacky rigging is not the most forgiving way to fish a soft plastic stick bait and they tend to tear easily which is why a lot of anglers use the o-rings to secure their baits to their wacky rigs
I call this my lazy man's Neko Rig.
Design & Ergonomics: The Bruko comes in an easy to use and effective resealable plastic bag. The baits are infused with a very strong "salt shrimp scent". Only the fish can tell you if the scent is truly effective or not, but I can tell you, it's pretty strong and will hang around on your finger tips after you rig the bait.
Wacky rigging is a lot of fun with the Bruko.
Price & Applications: Now comes the difficult part. Seaspin is still working out their distribution network and have started Seaspin USA to assist with this venture. The Bruko ($5.99 for a pack of 8), and many of the company's other bait offerings are available direct at SeaspinUSA.com.