Turbo Teaser Bird Black Saltwater Fishing Lure for Tuna Mahi Wahoo Marlin

Price: $18.00
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Manufacturer Description

The Dark Super Tailed T'zer bird is a fish bring in teaser bird developed to tease predator fish right into your spreading. The bird's reddish and dark rear is double-skirted with a quality squid to create sound and creamy, white water in its own wake up.

This bird has holographic bits on each wings and its own tummy that makes a great deal of flash mimicking the impact of predators assaulting a bait capsule. A 4.5-inch, reddish and dark teaser squid deals with the breeze swivel and includes in this bait's discussion.

You can run this teaser bird in any ocean disorder, and you can run that in any portion of your spreading. Just attach the hook appeal of your selection responsible for this bird and you prepare to go.

Put together with top quality and care in the USA.

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Product Features

Unique big-game teaser bird for Mahi, Wahoo,Tuna, and more The bird's overall length is approximately 9 inches length with tail attached. Matching 4.5" teaser squid, red with black and yellow stripes The bird comes rigged on 150lb test monofilament Veteran owned and operated. Assembled with quality parts and care in the USA!

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