Damiki Tremor 65 Lipless Crankbait
Perfect for ripping through grass and generating reaction strikes, the Damiki Tremor Lipless Crankbait was painstakingly designed to look like a dying shad on the fall, and it is also specially weighted and balanced to stand (not tip over) on the bottom - ready to be ripped again. Available in both a rattling version for added fish attraction, as well as, a silent version for tough or highly pressured fishing conditions, the Damiki Tremor Lipless Crankbait does it all.
Check out what FLW 2010 Angler of the Year, Brian Thrift, has to say about the Damiki Tremor Lipless Crank plus other new Damiki Baits - at the 2010 ICAST Show in Las Vegas. (Click on the video link below the image)
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Comments: I like the silent version, puts fish in the boat when they are turned off by noisier lipless cranks.
From: Robert: Battle Creek ,MI
Comments: I used these cranks in TN and wore them out with the Real shad and the Red Craw so i come to South Korea and wear em out with it here to GREAT crank large hooks the only problem i have is that they do chip and there kinda heavy
From: Jeremy: where ever the army says i go
Comments: I just want to say that man this is going to be a good lipless crankbait. I used it for the first time today and I wore the bass out. They were busting the shad in the shallow flats and the tremor did the job. I caught about 20 fish in 2 hours. They cast real good and the wobble is good enough that you can feel it in the rod tip. The finish on the bait is practically indestructable. i threw it in rocks and wood and I could see no wear on the bait. Light reflects off of the bait in the sun to where the fish have no trouble seeing them. The hooks are real good and there is no need to change them. I only bought 2 and I am going to get me about 4 more just in case I lose one. Overall, great bait for fall flat fishing.
From: William: Hohenwald, TN