The EFFZETT Pike Rattlin Spinner is the ultimate spinner for catching big pike at the moment. The reason for this is that the lure emits 3 different attractions at the same time. With 7 available patterns, all of which consist of mixed coloured reflective material, the visual element of attraction is enormous. But it’s not just the visual aspect that makes this spinner such an effective pike magnet. The twin Colorado blades transmit irresistible pressure waves throughout the various depths for maximum attraction which pike simply can not resist. But what really makes this spinner so different to all other spinners in today’s market is the unique body design which features a number of steel ball-bearings that generate a rattling sound; the difference between a good day and a awesome day! The EFFZETT Pike Rattlin Spinner is available in 2 sizes, #6 and #7 and is equiped with a super sharp FZ treble.
At North East Tackle Supplies we carry all the DAM Effzett Pike spinners including the EFFZETT Pike Rattlin Spinner.
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