Salmo Bullheads in the shallow running models are like nothing on the market today. Their action it totally new and boy do the fish love them. Walleyes, smallmouth and trout seem to have a special liking to the strange wiggle of the shallow running Bullhead. You have to see it to understand why they bite it, but trust us, it is one fish catching wiggle. As mentioned earlier, the secret to success with the Bullhead is simply getting the bait to the fish, when they see it, it is gone! For this reason Salmo offers the shallow runner in both sinking and floating models. Our extensive testing of the sinking Bullhead tells us that fish hold tight to bottom in current areas and areas with rocky bottoms. These baits are not designed to dig the bottom like the large lip SDR models; they are made to swim just above the bottom. With sinking models, you gain the flexibility of controlling the depth ranges of the lure with fantastic results. Ideal for casting or trolling, the floating and sinking models have become the favorite of many walleye anglers who love to use lead-core trolling methods. For all Bullheads, Salmo recommends the use of a small snap to ensure the lure can wiggle freely. Sinking Hornets? It might very well be the most revolutionary thing to hit crankbait fishing in years. Think about it, if the bass are in 25 feet of water, it is nearly impossible for a crankbait to run that deep with a cast. With a sinking Hornet, you can fish in 30 feet of water with a small profile lure with ease. Spots, smallmouth and largemouth bass anglers catching fish like crazy but you won't here them say a word about this deadly technique because they want to win tournaments! Always use a snap or loop knot when fishing with and Salmo Hornet.
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