Storm Arashi Deep
From the moment it enters the water, the Storm Arashi Deep dives quickly and gets down to business. Built with a self-tuning line-tie, the Storm Arashi Deep generates a lively, unregulated action that triggers intense reaction bites. The hook hangers on the underside and the rear of the Storm Arashi Deep have both been rotated 90-degrees to keep the hooks closer to the body. This helps discourage snagging and allows for larger hooks to be used. Internally, the Storm Arashi Deep contains a boisterous rattle that provides a deafening pitch as it moves through the water. Backed with premium black nickel VMC treble hooks, the Storm Arashi Deep will have bass chomping at the bit for a taste.
|Arashi Deep 10||2-3/8"||9/16oz||#4||10ft|
|Arashi Deep 18||3"||7/8oz||#2||18ft|
|Arashi Deep 25||3-1/2"||1-3/8oz||#1/0||25ft|
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From: John: Knoxville, TN 12/13/15
Comments: I just purchased 3 of these lures. I know the smallmouth on Norris Lake will crush these crankbaits once the water cools in the Fall!! I really like the swimming action of the lures, and I would rank these baits high with the Bandit 200's and Jackal MC-60 as smlmth/lrgmth/spot catching baits on any reservoir with crawfish feeding gamefish.
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