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  S50 Spaddler
What is a Spaddler?
The name describes what these little lures do. They paddle across the surface of the water, so we called them Spaddlers (for surface paddler).

Use close to surface cover
This lure simulates a small creature that has fallen into the water and is struggling to escape. Cast the Spaddler close to any kind of cover that is at or near the surface of the water: branches, lily pads, oyster racks, rock bars.
Luminous lip ?
The lip is made of a super tough, unbreakable plastic infused with a luminous (glow-in-the-dark) compound. Is this for the benefit of anglers or the fish? Both!

Attaching to line
Like all micro lures, Spaddlers give their best action when attached to line with a loop knot.

If you wish to use a wire snap to attach Spaddler to the line, ensure it is a very small one, otherwise it could cause the lure to sink and not work at all.
Main Australian freshwater species
  • trout
  • Australian bass
  • jungle perch
  • sooty grunter
  • saratoga
Main Australian saltwater species
  • bream species
  • estuary perch
Main foreign species
  • trout
  • salmon
  • largemouth bass
  • smallmouth bass

 

 
 
Natural perch colour (NP)
The best time to use Spaddlers is when the sun is very low (dawn or dusk) or at night. This is the Macleay River in New South Wales; one of the better bass fisheries in the country.

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Body length, excluding bib Weight of lure Size and grade of hooks Size and grade of split rings Number of colour variations How easy is it to cast How easy is it to wind in Floater or sinker
50mm 3.7g #10 #1 10 The more lights the better The more lights the better floats

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Shorter Explanation of buttons and datasheet info Longer
Deeper
flipper
Hide colours Spaddler colours
Action is influenced by bib size/shape, retrieve speed and method of attachment.
Depth is influenced by bib size/shape, retrieve speed, class and length of line and method of attachment.
Speed potential is influenced by design of lure and tuning.

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