Pro Lure 80mm FISHTAIL
Pro Lure was determined to develop a Lure that would become the ultimate go to lure for targeting Mulloway. A lure that will catch Mulloway consistently has become a Holy Grail for lure designers. We wanted to produce a lure that we could, not only use to draw out stationary fish from structure, but also allow the angler to work larger areas, more swiftly, where fish might be actively moving and feeding. We wanted a lure that would be highly visible in the dirty run off water, as this is where we like to target fish feeding on the bait that is being pushed down river following rain. All objectives for the Fishtail have been achieved. We now have the go to Mulloway lure- It’s the Pro Lure Fishtail. The Pro Lure Fishtail is a must for all serious Mulloway anglers and, for all those who target deep estuarine predators.
TYPE: Paddle Tail
JIG HEADS: Light through to heavy
DEPTH: Generally fished on the bottom, but works well throughout the water column
COLOUR RANGE: 5
TECHNIQUE: Slow to medium retrieve. Straight retrieve alone or with hops and pauses
Optimum lure action is achieved using braid. Fish as light as you dare, considering species and location. Heavier leader for fish like flathead is advisable and is also best when fishing rocks and snags.
FISHTAIL PRIMARY TARGET SPECIES
Designed specifically for targeting Mulloway, but great for big bottom dwelling ambush predators like Flathead, Cod and Barramundi
OTHER PROVEN FISHTAIL TARGET SPECIES
The Fishtail is a proven magnet for Snapper, Mackerel, King Fish, Trevally and Mangrove Jack.
HOW AND WHERE TO USE THE FISHTAIL
The Paddle Tail is and inshore special and can fished anywhere that holds fish. A key feature of the Fishtail is that it was designed with a broad body profile and large paddle style tail, to give a wide action. This is brilliant for reflecting light when rolled under bridge lighting at night and at dawn and dusk when light levels are really low.
- Target river and estuary Mulloway at night using the ambient light from civic structures such as wharfs, bridges and break walls especially around the tide changes
- Use the bigger Fishtails (105mm,130mm) when targeting big fish, particularly when you’re hunting huge Flathead
- When hunting for record book Flathead, try a smaller Fishtail like the 80mm to assess if there are Flathead in the area. If you get a smaller Flatty, change up to the 130mm. There are monster Lizards there, you must persist.
- The Fishtail is a Mulloway special. If you expect your location holds Jew, drop a Fishtail to the bottom and start with a
slow to medium retrieve with a few hops and pauses. Be ready to strike at even the slightest inquiry as jewfish are
known for softly tapping the lure.