| Aboriginal name
Another lure which owes its name to aboriginal culture. Woomera is the name for a specially shaped stick used for throwing spears, and a place in South Australia where there used to be a rocket range. Another of our lures, the Jindivik, has a connection with Woomera too.
Tow from the nose
Woomera tows from the nose (like the Viper). It has large eyes, a slim slab-sided body to provide good hook exposure, and a narrow action with a high frequency wobble.
Although designed for the tropical mangrove creek scene, it works well on southern saltwater species, and goes deep enough to be a proposition for large native species in rivers.