In this video, the boys demonstrate how to use the Whiptail Jig, and also prove just how affective it really is.
The Whiptail Jig is a lead head, bucktail-style jig. This …
Choosing lure colours is one of the most important decisions any lure fisherman has to make. Anglers have been known to switch colours again and again and again until they …
Todays lures tend to be built from modern plastic blends, designed to last longer than ever before. While most large lure manufacturers shy away from traditional wood lure crafting techniques, Halco Tackle has chosen to buck the trend. Transitioning into a global player in the tackle industry, this Australian Lure Company has had to make some tough calls in axing and adjusting product range to demand, yet proudly the Tilsan Timber lure range remains- siting alongside the remaining hard plastic-body lures.
Wood and plastic lures are worth a spot in every angler’s tackle box, with many of todays hard-plastic lures actually mimicking the motion of Tilsan, regarded one of the world’s greatest timber fishing lures. Regardless, both lure compounds offer an excitingly diverse experience and should belong in an anglers’ arsenal.
Tilsan lures have one of the best in-water actions for a timber lure due to their buoyancy unique Centerline Design. The lure is constructed with a flat stainless steel frame to add strength when battling big fish, as well as ensuring the line is always connected to the hooks.