Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Jackall's Gantarel Slow-Sinking Swimbaits

      With a 6-inch double-jointed body mimicking a nice size lunch for big bass, Jackall Lures brings the Gantarel slow-floating hard swimbait to North American anglers. The Gantarel’s jointed body creates an ‘S’ swimming pattern while being retrieved, and makes 180-degree turns when twitched which further entices big bass when they are following the bait. To add even more realism to the Gantarel swimbaits, they are equipped with feathered treble hooks. 
Offered in eight extremely life-like colors, the Gantarel is designed with pectoral fin part that allows it to dive down to 3-feet. “When you can bring a bluegill color pattern – or a golden shiner or gizzard shad color bait down into the water column, a hungry bass just can’t resist. With these new Gantarel swimbaits, we’ll just warn you to hold on,” said Dan Thorburn, product manager for Shimano’s Jackall efforts in the U.S. and Canada. “The bait has already proven itself – oh yes, it works – with bass anglers in Japan, and now we can see it hooking into big kicker bass at lakes like Guntersville, Falcon and Kentucky.”

   The 2.45-ounce Gantarel swimbaits feature a bearing swivel eye to eliminate any line twist, plus there’s a bottom eye so anglers can add weight to make the lures slowly sink even more.

   The new Gantarel swimbaits are being officially introduced at the 2015 Bassmaster Classic Outdoor Expo, starting Friday, Feb. 20, 2015 at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, SC. The lures will also be available that day at selected tackle retailers nationwide and in Canada.  MSRP: $39.99 (USD)

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