The new Pick Tail Swimmer from Japanese manufacturer Adusta is a swimbait style baits that combines aesthetic appeal and lively and incredibly realistic tail action that can be worked on a slow or speedier retriece.

The swimbait features a natural size, shape, detailed color, and lifelike balanced swimming action. The shape and dimensions of this bait look just like a real bait fish, the back of the bait is designed to prevent it from floating up unnaturally, allowing you to present it perfectly throughout the water column.

The body shape closely resembles a number of large bait fish including shad, trout, and perch. This lure is perfectly balanced – the head stays stable and constant, but the tail has a lively action that can trigger an aggressive take from predatory fish. Designed with a  “slash-cut rib construction” at the base of the tail, Adusta says there is no chance for the bait to roll.

It also transmits tail vibrations even at very slow speeds, creating an irresistible, natural tight wobble. The inverted triangle shaped tail and “slash cut rib construction” allowed Adusta to design this bait with the right shape, size, and tight wobble action – all while keeping the bait from rolling during the retrieve.

The dorsal fin helps balance the bait, similar to the way the tail does, allowing for a steady retrieve. The pectoral fin allows the bait to stay perfectly balanced and completely horizontal during the retrieve – it also helps prevent the bait from lifting.

High strength stainless steel construction throughout the bait makes it extremely durable, even when fighting big predator fish. The head of the bait features a low centre of gravity and houses the bulk of the weight attached to the internal wire frame, this further enhances to the lifelike swimming action.
Video: https://youtu.be/Fw2AXeUh6DM

Three Sizes

7in
70gr

6in
43gr

5in
27gr

Website: http://www.adusta.jp/

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