The most realistic panfish imitation we've seen in a hardbait
Bass will find the Giron irresistible
Top of the ''to eat'' list of every bass in the lake
Jointed body creates a lively action
Sinks slowly, imitating a wounded panfish
On the retrieve it rests level at a stop
Often, bass fishermen focus too much on minnow and worm imitations—even when they know that panfish has got to be at the top of the ''to eat'' list of every bass in the lake. The Jackall® Giron Jointed Panfish is the most realistic panfish imitation we've seen in a hardbait. The Giron Jointed Panfish sinks slowly, imitating a wounded bluegill or crappie on the retrieve, and rests level at a stop to draw obliterating strikes from big, bold bass.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassinItUp NICE
This thing swims like a fish!!! It is sweet. I am not a huge fan of the ugly brown gold color i got .. I don't must have ordered a wrong color maybe.
At any rate ... it takes a little geting used to to fish it. It doesn't sink, but kind of suspends. Caught a few bass on it already in the shallows.
Like i said ... it swims AWESOME when you get the hang of it ... but it's pricey. I get scared to throw it too close to any cover. I think i would have to dive in and retrieve it is I got snagged!
April 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by BubbaJay Not a natrual swimmer
Ok I admit that most panfish lures make me mad when I try to swim them slow and they sink like a rock. This lure is a little different, it can be fished slowly to make it look like a bluegill. The key is to use a little rod tip motion to give the lure subtle motion. I was surprised it seemed to not swim natrual if you just wanted to cast and retreive it. It requires some work but it can look real. It is not a small lure if you are trying to imitate young panfish.
February 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by DUCTMAN CREME WORMS
PANFISH HEAVY LORE...NEEDS TO BE LIGHTER..MAYBE A LITTLE SMALLER
July 10, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by zebcofisherman not the best
the action is not good really hard to work, its for experienced fishers only, however once you get the hang of it this bait is amazing and the appearance is the best i have ever seen on a lure. The appearance blows rapala and live target out of the water. A tip to whoever buys this lure, fish it SLOW and stop after 2-3 spins, let it sink and thentwitch it so it glides to one side, if you reel in quikly it will spiral into shore...nt good
June 29, 2011