Pro Lure Sic Vibe 3.9g Vibration Hardbody Fishing Lure
All lure anglers are fully aware of how critical it is to have variety at hand. Selection in the tackle box can make or break a fishing expedition or tournament round. On some outings, fish demand plastics, some days, fish want cranks, and there are other times when fish just want vibes, and that’s all they want.
The Pro Lure Sicvibe is an outstanding metal vibe. When fish are schooling deep in cold water, or when fish are shut down, a slowly worked vibe is not just extremely effective but can be the only way to induce a strike. Fish are quickly drawn the fast vibration rate of the Sicvibe. For the angler, the excellent casting properties allows for working large areas easily. In this regard, it’s an excellent lure for land based anglers.
The Pro Lure Sicvibe is essential for the estuary hunter. Often, it can mean the difference between not so much as a touch, to bagging a prize fish.
TYPE: Metal Vibe
LENGTH: 35mm or 42mm
Weight: 35mm, 3.5g 42mm, 7g
DEPTH: Brilliant throughout all depths
TECHNIQUE: The Sicvibe should be worked slowly. Lift, drop and pause. Slow Roll. Bouncing on the bottom
RIG: Spin or Baitcaster outfit, Ultra-light to Medium. The lighter you fish, the better the casting and vibration or action. Can be fished with braid or mono. Use Pro Lure CLEAR leader. Always fish them as light as you dare, consider the teeth of your target. A minimum of 6lb is advisable for the abrasive mouth of the Flathead.
Sic Vibe PRIMARY TARGET SPECIES
Bream and Bass Special
OTHER PROVEN TARGET SPECIES
All Species that target flathead, snapper, whiting, trout
HOW AND WHERE TO USE
The Sicvibe is in its element in slow to still waters and down deep. While a slow lift, drop and pause is standard, you should experiment with your retrieve or technique. Different fish will respond to different lure movements. The Sicvibe is a crucial weapon in any estuary anglers’ arsenal.
· The Sicvibe will often be struck while it is sitting on the bottom. It’s often a good idea to leave the lure sit for a few seconds after a missed strike.
Carry both sizes of Sicvibe at all times so as to be prepared for changes in depth requirements and wind