Offering an additional jointed segment, the Roman Made Mother Triple Swimbait features the same beautifully crafted body design and key characteristics as the original Mother swimbait - now with a more lifelike and fluid swimming motion. Handmade and handcrafted one-by-one in Roman Made’s facility near Lake Biwa in Japan, each bait takes approximately 12 hours to create. Tried and tested on the waters of Lake Biwa, its a true big fish bait designed for catching bass 30-inches and bigger. As proof, world record holder Manabu Kurita hooked into a bass he estimated to be 28-pounds on a version of the Mother swimbait, but lost her during the fight, and also landed the previous Lake Biwa record (prior to his world-record tying bass) on a Mother swimbait. Extremely difficult to find, especially in the US, the Roman Made Mother Triple Swimbait is a true work-of-art, and currently available at Tackle Warehouse - while supplies last.
|Roman Made||Length||Weight||Rate of Fall|
|Mother - Triple||12"||10.5-oz||2.0-sec/ft|
Comments: The Custom rocks. It is different and catches fish. Thank you Tackleware house for bringing out the US colors. They are insane. I don't care that they are hard to get or the costs simple as that. I catch fish with them.
From: Bass Hunter: Dana Point
Comments: I've bought the 200.00 plus bait before and this bait is better. This bait is going to catch giant bass. I have two and done well on it. My best is 9lbs. I am looking for double dgts fish this spring.
From: Out Hunting: S.Cal
Comments: Im sure there are cheaper alternatives then wasting this lure on a tuna. You could probably get lures for fishing for musky that have a similar size at about 1/15th the cost
From: T.J.: LA
Comments: only reason i got this is cuz i am a tuna fisherman who uses this 415.99 doller bait to get tuna i sell for more than 1000$ bucks a pop
Comments: Musky Candy
From: John: WI
Comments: Love the bait...yes was sweatin it...throwin this pup but all is good. I caught fish from 2 to 6 pounds and I am blown how many I have pull off spots that followed, repositioned my boat and caught one (6 pounds). Love this Giant!
From: Danny: Clear Lake
Comments: Got it snagged on an underwater tree...donned the mask and fins to retrive it...caught 2 over 8 that day
From: Mark: Los Angeles