New Lizinc blades are a hit on the Bass
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The New Jackall Lizinc
Fishing the Lizinc spoon.
Why so good – Realistic paint patterns for either flash or colour bite triggers. Erratic darting action when ripped or fast retrieved. Realistic dying baitfish horizontal shimmering fall action on slack line. Zero line twist with the rigged swivel.
Fishing a Jackall Lizinc spoon is relatively easy. Cast your spoon out and let it sink on slack line to the bottom or the depth you want to fish if the fish are suspended. A quick rip of your rod from the water level to about 1 oclock will move your spoon about 2mts up off the bottom then follow your line back leaving a slight belly of slack. This will let your spoon fall horizontal back to the fish, looking like a dying bait fish. Fish will mostly eat it on the fall. Twitches of the rod tip will impart more action into the spoon if you are trying to excite the fish to strike.
My preferred gear would be a 7ft to 7’6″ spin rod of Medium action.