Offshore Angler™ Lazer Eye™ Island Bullet

   

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Ahi Tuna

Ahi Tuna

6-5/8"

5-1/4 oz.

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HV180-2007
Offshore Angler™ Lazer Eye™ Saltwater Series:
The first element
to meet the eye is the stunning state-of-the-art lurecraft. Some models are built around familiar and effective body shapes and actions; others are inspired directly by nature. All are pre-tuned for saltwater casting or moderate trolling, and all feature incredibly sculpted detail, lifelike prismatic eyes, and ultra-sharp corrosion-resistant hooks. The second element setting these lures apart is the use of highly realistic colors. Along with traditional saltwater colors such as mackerel, anglers can choose from a range of other forage fish patterns -- pinfish, mullet, pilchard, sardine, croaker, goggle eye, and more. The third element is affordability -- nobody will feel guilty about cleaning out the tackle box. Fishing is gonna be great!

The Island Bullet's through-wire construction, strong Mustad® hooks, and Lazer Eyes are great for wahoo, tuna, and other pelagics. Great vibration at high trolling speeds.

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by buy a better product Purchased a mac pattern for a 5 day out of San Diego. Had to fish it on port side because it wouldn't run true. Caught a few small tuna & a dodo on the troll with it, but the finish started coming off by the 3rd day. By end of 3rd day lure had trouble running and skipped along. Changed to different lure. After returning home, the hooks & eye were already rusting, unlike my zukers & boones. If you need a cheap maurader imitation for a 1 time only trip, seems to catch fish, although not sure if it could withstand a big 'hoo or tuna. Dont expect to use it for more than 1 trip. October 5, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by One hit wonder On the first trip out with this lure I ran it right in the prop wash--it didn't take long for a hoo to find it. After one hit the lure did not run true and most of the finish came off. And to add insult to injury the fish spit the lure after about a 20 second fight. July 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Not just for saltwater I got this lure for trolling and casting when I go fish in Cabo. However it's a great deep water lure for muskies too. Gets down deep quickly and fishes great in heavy current. I switched out the hooks for 5/0 trebles. April 13, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Didn't hold up well I bought 2 of the 10" lures while in the Keys, mainly because these were my only choice in the store. After the first hit by a wahoo, the foil, they are covered in foil not molded in color like a Braid Marauder, showed signs of cracking. After the 2nd wahoo the foil covering peeled off the lure while trolling exposing mostly white plastic. The other lure took one hit from a large tuna and the wire eye twisted sufficiently that the lure ran up on it's side and was toast. Plan ahead and put your money towards Braid Marauders or Strike Pro Wahoo Hunters, much more durable. Yo-Zuri Bonita's don't hold up to Mako too well for as expensive as they are. Sorry BPS. January 15, 2011
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eyes rust out ez

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why do the eyes rust out so ez wash with water and put wd 40 on after ?
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Wipe your lures dry when you store them and they will last longer.
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don't use WD 40, use Reel and Line Magic from Bass Pro Shop, won't add odor or evaporate like WD 40
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Do you mean like surf casting? I guess you could try but its continuous action is designed for trolling. Spraying a bubble jet as it goes.Drawing the fish in.
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Not really, it's too big.
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