7cm 4 pack
"#LMAB Finesse Filet 7 cm"
The #LMAB Finesse Filet is a soft lure that has caused a stir and outstanding catches within the fishing scene. The imitation of a weakened young fish convinces the predatory fish with its unique swimming behavior to the bite.
Key data for the #LMAB Finesse Filet 7cm
This softbait has very special dimensions. It is 7.0 centimeters long and has a maximum height of 1.5 centimeters, but its body is 1.0 millimeters thick. Its silhouette clearly shows a small fish, which is not least due to the prominent eyes, the gill cover and the fins. Zander, pike and perch can quickly mistake this artificial lure for a natural prey fish.
Special physical features of Finesse Filet
Conventional rubber fish imitate an active or frantically fleeing fish. #LMAB set themselves the goal with this bait series to imitate a sick and weakened fry. This bait is strung across the hook and therefore drifts sideways like a battered fish that can no longer control its swim bladder. So this bait fulfills all three requirements to end up as a quick bite in the maw of a predatory fish:
- passive movement pattern
- Body of a weakened fish
- no escape attempts
- Sophisticated decors for every body of water and every weather
How to fish it?
This lure is the perfect imitation of a slowly dying prey fish. Due to its properties, its extremely thin body floats lifeless through the water. Even though this soft lure can be fished with a jig head and offset hook without any problems and only unfolds its full potential by slowly tugging with the rod tip, the Finesse Filet is perfect for the dropshot rig.
The head, which is relatively thick in relation to the body, ensures that you can attach the Finesse Filet securely to the hook. Unlike conventional lures, the hook of the Finesse Filet is inserted into the rubber from the side so that the fish lies on its side. The fillet is optimal for almost every finesse rig. No robber can resist this powerless victim.
That something special….
The special extra of this rubber fish is the seafood flavor. All predators from the Bodden waters to Lake Constance know these aromas. Once a predator has bitten this bait, this flavor does not arouse suspicion and it does not immediately spit the bait out again, as is often the case with unflavored baits.