Osprey Talon Inline Heavy Swimbaits
Without a doubt, Osprey lures have the finest and most realistic color schemes of any swimbaits on the market. This is one of many reasons why the Osprey Talons have become a favorite among tournament anglers. The inline heavy design allows the hook to swing free of the bait when fighting fish. This design helps preserve the bait and prevents fish from throwing the lure as easily. The Talons run true right out of the box and have great tail action. Generally the Talons swim about one to two feet deep; however, many anglers are removing the tin weight and inserting lead mojo weights to achieve greater depths. However you fish the Talons, they are sure to increase your catches and weights. With Osprey's amazing colors and size selection, you can find a Talon suitable for any body of water. Includes treble hook.
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Jason Williamson used the Light Hitch color at Amistad to come back for the win with 68-9 pounds over the last two days! Winning the first tournament of the 09' Bassmaster Elite Series by more than 8 pounds!
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Comments:I just started throwing swimbaits and the light hicth color is awsome. I fish in Ohio and people think im crazy, but at the weigh in I prove them wrong.
Comments:The osprey lure is an awesome swimbait. I CAUGHT MY FIRST 6LBS BASS ON MY SECOND CAST, THEN A 3LBS AFTERWARDS.
From:Joey: San Antonio, TX
Comments: I haven't even started throwing your ASSALT STICK BAIT's and I can
already tell that it's going to be another good year fishing tournaments. Every year I try to look
for something different that the other's competition doesn't have and your color
combination's of the ASSALT STIK look's like the arsenal that will give me an edge over my
competition. This will be my first year throwing your bait and I'm looking forward to it this
Spring. Also the price you can't beat it comparing it to other brand's. Thanks again Tackle
From: Antoni, Lansing Mich
Comments: This is my favorite swimbait of all time. With it's slow fall and
irresistible action, I have caught several double digit bass both from shore and a boat. The
key to this bait is to slow roll it. Burning it back to the boat or shore can cause the bait to spin
in the water. A little tip to get even better action at slow retrieves is to cut out the "v" section of
plastic on the back of the paddle tail. This thins out the tail and makes it swim better at slow
speeds. Be very careful though, this will drive old moss-back crazy!
From: Daniel, Campbell, CA, USA 7/03