Masalas Tail spinner MANYFIK BuBu OL
The prototype of all “spinning tails” was "Little George", introduced for the mass production in 1960 by a well-known American Mann's Bait Company. BuBu OL is a combination of a metal body and a blade, with the use of a swivel.
The weight and the compact design of the spinning tail of BuBu OL enables far casts. The blade spins not only while drawing, but also when it sinks. BuBu OL is a lure almost deliberately created for fishing with this technique. The additional advantage of the BuBu OL spinning tail action jest is the body vibration, caused by the working of the blade, as well as light reflections, due to the use of a hammered blade. The blade of US production used in our lure gained a worldwide recognition for being a very effective bait, especially when fishing for salmonids.
We recommend the BuBu OL spinning tail as a perfect lure for perches, trouts, chubs and ides. A by-catch of pikes and asps also happens very often. Those lures are extremely suitable for fishing for predators hunting under the water surface. BuBuOL – small lures with compact, short and heavy body, with wide and relatively big blade. Their compact design – when compared to other lures of the same weight – makes them more fly-like, which means they can be cast further. It is quite important as far as fishing for timid chubs, ides, trouts and even perches, is concerned.
In comparison with other „spinning tails”, BuBu OL has a slightly altered arrangement of metal eyelets. Instead of being located on the end part of the tail, the tail eyelet is located on its back, while the belly eyelet with a double anchor hook - is moved a little bit to the front. Such an arrangement of eyelets limits the unpleasant tangling of the blade with the anchor hook.
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|Modelis||Tail spinner MANYFIK Bubu OL|
|Svoris (g)||6 g|