OMOROL® Trout Snack 55S "minnow"
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OMOROL® Trout Snack 55S "minnow"

€19.70
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OMOROL® Trout Snack 55S "minnow" is a sinking resin jerkbait 100% handcrafted, which reproduces for size and characteristics a small forage fish.

FEATURES: 55 mm x 5 g (SINKING)

– Proudly Made in Italy –

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OMOROL® Trout Snack 55S "minnow" is a sinking resin jerkbait 100% handcrafted, which reproduces for size and characteristics a small forage fish.

The sinking feature allows the lure to swim at different depths and to be worked with precision, making it suitable for catching trout and other predators in the river, stream and lake, simulating a small prey on the run or dying.

The center of gravity is placed in the back half and allows to reach excellent launch distances despite the low mass of the bait. Moreover, the flat sides let this lure to perform a very attracting rolling during the jerking action, which combines perfectly with the tight and frequent wobbling in the straight recovery phase.

The use of the "circuit board lip" is specially designed to face the continuous collisions against rocks on shallow waters, in order to be able to practice a more aggressive fishing action. Details are very accurate and the protection of the livery is ensured by an epoxy finish.

– Proudly Made in Italy –

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IMPORTANT: our minnows are tested one by one before being packed. Anyway if the lure doesn’t swim straight after a collision, it takes just a few seconds to recalibrate it.

If the minnow runs to the right (or left) slightly bend the head eye to the left (or right) with the pliers, looking at the lure frontally.