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Jan 11, 2019

Biwaa Winter Musky Baits

A little something unique from Europe, by Biwaa Lures, that you may not have heard of or even seen, even if you are a bass anglers, let alone a musky nut, but they immediately caught my eye and year ago, and select lures of their line (namely the models pictured below) offer some really unique presentation capabilities that no other bait I’ve seen does, namely having a compact but heavy-enough-to-heave casting style back-blade bait, that offers a very dynamic lateral and vertical presentation, as well as the only jointed Swimbaits I’ve ever seen that literally swim down tilted at a 45 degree angle on the fall, never skipping a beat for even a second. The Biwaa Seven Sunfish models in the 3.5 ounce and 2 ounce sizes do just that.


Stay tuned for this and some other cool reviews coming up this next week including but not limited to H20 Tackle, DJ Customs, Carpenter Customs, and Toothtamer Rods.

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