Pro Lure Paddle Grub Soft Plastic Fishing Lure
The Pro Lure Paddle Grub is the epitome of versatile and, there is not a fish in the water that won’t attack them aggressively.
You can weight them up and bounce the bottom, work the top water, and explore everything in between.
Our Paddle Grub is, however, the absolute top shelf choice for ‘pink grubbing’. We’re addicted to the explosive top water action ‘pink grubbing’ with our Paddle Grubs provides. The combination of this shape and technique has met with huge success fished around structure for extra-large bream. The Pro Lure Paddle Grub was designed especially for this technique and has only served to further our passion for fishing the surface.
We would suggest to all those that haven’t tried this exciting method, to purchase some Pro Lure Paddle Grubs and experience the thrill for themselves. For the visual entertainment of fishing, it really doesn’t get any better!
TYPE: Paddle Grub (Grub body with a paddle tail)
JIGHEADS: use un-weighted, ultra- Light to heavy
DEPTH: All depths in the water column but perfect un-weighted on the surface
COLOUR: 4 colours.
TECHNIQUE: Very slow retrieve, excellent for ‘pink grubbing’
RIG: For ‘Pink Grubbing’ fish as light as possible to facilitate casting an un-weighted lure. Generally, braid is best, spooled to on a light spin outfit. Use Pro Lure CLEAR fluorocarbon leader 4 to 8lb.
PADDLE GRUB PRIMARY TARGET SPECIES
Excellent for extra-large Bream
OTHER PROVEN PADDLE GRUB TARGET SPECIES
All popular river and estuary species.
HOW AND WHERE TO USE THE PADDLE GRUB
Find classic estuarine structure and work it, both natural and man-made. If there is the slightest hint that your chosen spot holds fish, a few casts of the Pro Lure Paddle Grub will prove it either way. Weight lightly and work the immediate sub-surface but don’t be afraid to use a heavy jig head and bounce the bottom. Of course, this is your go to lure for ‘pink grubbing’. A slow roll is perfect on the surface.
PADDLE GRUB TIPS
· Rig it on an un-weighted jig hook or weedless worm hook and flick it around any structure, weed flats, jetties, pontoons, or our favourite, skipping deep into mangroves and over hanging branches.
· Take care to avoid a fast retrieve. With the grub shaped body and paddle shaped tail , there is a huge amount of swim action, even at a very slow retrieve.