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YO-ZURI TWITCH BAIT

Reports of peanut bunker packing bays and harbors throughout much of the Northeast bode well for the fall run of striped bass and bluefish along the Striper Coast this fall. If you are looking for a hard bait to go along with peanut imitations like swim shads, bucktails and oval shaped metals, you need look no further than YO-ZURI’s 3D Inshore Twitch Bait.
By Fred Golofaro
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YO-ZURI TWITCH BAIT
Reports of peanut bunker packing bays and harbors throughout much of the Northeast bode well for the fall run of striped bass and bluefish along the Striper Coast this fall. If you are looking for a hard bait to go along with peanut imitations like swim shads, bucktails and oval shaped metals, you need look no further than YO-ZURI’s 3D Inshore Twitch Bait.
Schools of peanut bunker will often be found moving from just below the surface down to two or three feet below. Four different sizes of the 3D Twitch Bait allow you to effectively work that one to three foot zone. More importantly, the deep-bodied shape closely mirrors the shape of peanuts, and those four sizes, ranging from 2-3/4 inches to 5-1/4 inches make it easy to match the hatch.

The 3D Inshore Twitch Bait is a slow sinking lipless hard bait with excellent balance for quick starting action. Designed to be fished in shallow water, it is an excellent choice for working shallow flats, channel edges and troughs along the beach. Yo-Zuri’s patented 3D prism finish sends out flashes of light which can attract fish from a great distance. The internal hologram sheet never wears off and keeps on flashing even when the clear, durable ABS Resin body is scratched. The strategic weight position and flat sides give the 3D Inshore Twitch Bait an erratic darting action on a twitch and pause retrieve. Stripers, blues and weakfish should find it hard to ignore, especially when peanut bunker, baby herring, snappers or mullet are the forage of choice. Fourteen real life color patterns provide a good match for the most prevalent baitfish found in the waters of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic coasts.

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