Saltwater lure design has taken a gigantic leap forward with the introduction of Offshore Angler's™ Lazer Eye™ series of hardbaits. The first element to meet the eye is the stunning state-of-the-art lurecraft. Built around familiar and effective body shapes and actions and are inspired directly by nature. Pre-tuned for saltwater casting or moderate trolling, and 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!
Excellent for stripers and large bass
I used this plug exclusively over the past weekend and caught 6 7lb bass and 9 stripers largest 14lb. I love it.
May 29, 2012
Excellent Surf Lure
I have used the 5 1/4 inch lure in the NJ surf for the past 8 year targeting stripers and blues. This lure is well-made, casts very well, has great action, and catches fish. My only complaints are that the finish wears off rather quickly and the number of available lure colors has reduced dramatically in the past few years. I've tried all of the colors and found that in my area Red Head Scale, Atlantic Menhaden, Bunker, and Croaker (in that order) are the most effective. During twilight hours and on overcast days (low light conditions), the Glass Minnow is very effective. When the surf is muddy, Red Chartreuse works very well.
I've had many sessions when this is the only lure the fish would hit.
I've tried the 6 1/2 inch lure during the past two years and found that it doesn't cast very well, particularly into the wind.
November 17, 2011
i used this on peakcocks it works good hasent broke yet i lost some of the paint but that happens with the territory
March 15, 2011
Not really a pencil popper!
This was advertised as a pencil popper, although it really is not. A pencil popper it typically tapered smaller toward the front. This popper has a large front which will create more of a splash than a pencil popper. If you're looking for a true pencil popper this is not what you want. As poppers go though, this one looks good and I'm sure will do the job for blues and stripers off the surf.
March 7, 2011
Not sure but we beat the tar out of them with some big fish and casting them bouncing off big boulders and they held up great. I ncidentally I am a through wire construction kinda guy and for the money, I am about to buy a full set of back ups.
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