When cast the weights move to the rear of the lure giving a straight trajectory, upon retrieval the weights lock in place back towards the front of the lure. The 120 is famous for its incredible action when using the "rip and stop" technique.
Pull the lure fast through the water using the rod then retrieve the slack line and repeat it again, this will often attract a strike from even the wariest predators.
Use the "rip and stop" technique on the standard version for explosive surface strikes. Note that when the lure stops moving it is pointing slightly left or right with the nose slightly down. It is in the ideal position for an immediate and erratic action when ripped. The 120 is also ideal for a slow retrieve with light twitching movement from the rod tip.
- #1 3xx Mustad Trebble Hooks
- Halco Bulletproof Polycarbonite Bibs
- Removable self aligning bib
Trolling Speed: 1-7 Knots
Trolling Depth: 1m
Lure Weight: 20 gm
Rigged: # 1 Mustard 3xx Treble Hooks
Application: Trolling, Casting