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SPRO Releases the Wameku Shad 70

Editor’s note: This press release was provided.

SPRO and Shin Fukae are excited to announce the release of a new rattle-style bait called the Wameku Shad 70. Wameku means “loud talking and noisy” in Japanese and this bait lives up to that name. The Wameku Shad 70 features a very high-pitched knocking sound that is very distinct and different from other rattle baits currently on the market. On lakes throughout the country, rattle baits are a staple of springtime fishing. This can often mean fish become accustomed to the sound of certain baits and react adversely to the pressure. A key switch to a different bait or sound can often trigger fish that wouldn’t react to previous casts. The Wameku Shad brings a never-heard-before frequency that will help get more bites this spring.

Another unique feature of this bait is its multiple line ties, that create different actions from the same bait. The two line ties allow an angler to change the action of the bait, simply by tying onto a different location. The top line tie can be used for a deeper, more subtle action when you want the bait to get down. The bottom-line tie excels in shallow water, resulting in a more erratic action.

Wameku Shad 70 features:

  • 70 mm length
  • 3/4-ounce
  • Two line ties for two actions
  • High-pitched knocking sound from rattle chamber
  • Designed with Shin Fukae
  • 8 colors
  • Available now
  • MSRP: $12.99