Bombshell Turtle Lure
Why a turtle fishing lure? Throughout the history of evolution bass and even saltwater species have aggressively attacked juvenile turtles in the wild. Both fresh and salt water Game fish despise egg-raiding turtles, attacking them aggressively year-round.
Aggressiveness by bass toward juvenile turtles has been well documented for more than 35 years in films featuring largemouth bass behavior – bringing many to ask, what took so long to make the lure?
Bombshell Crab for in-shore saltwater
The Truly “Fishable” Crab
Imitating an in-shore saltwater crab with live-action claws, the Bombshell® Crab can be easily texas-rigged like a traditional soft plastic lure, allowing you to fish it more naturally through vegetation, holes and around structure with a lively presentation.
Use a forward-weighted jig or Texas-rig with a worm hook with the hook point up through the hook channel for weedless fishing. The concave belly allows it to be skipped under docks or under mangroves to reach hidden fish. The hook channel allows weedless hook rigging and easier hooks-sets through the minimized body thickness. When rigged, the crab’s live-action claws will rise in a defensive position – much like a live crab, creating a natural presentation and producing maximum strike responses from game fish such as Redfish, Snook, trout and more.