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Fishing Lures Topwater HT620<br>2 inch 1/4 oz

Fishing Lures Topwater HT620
2 inch 1/4 oz

$ 1.99 $ 2.99
Color
Largemouth_Bass_HT620X401
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Bluegill_HT620X402
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Striper_HT620X407
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Peacock_Bass_HT620X410
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Rainbow_Trout_HT620X416
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On Sale
Northern_Studfish_HT620X418
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Shad_HT620X420
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Clownfish_HT620X432
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Mahi_Mahi_HT620X439
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Perch_HT620X440
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Length: 2 inch (5.1 cm) 
Weight: 1/4 oz (7.1 g) 
Depth: Topwater

Features:
wLure Real Skin Technology
High Splash
Tank Tested
High Quality ABS Construction
Cutting Blade Black Nickel Round Bend Treble Hooks
Epoxy Coating on Finish

We are shipping to worldwide by China Post Registered Mail, the parcel is shipped from our warehouse in Shanghai China, you are expected to receive your parcel within 15-25 business days after your payment is clear. For some unexpected reasons like bad weather, customs scanning, holiday season delay, the shipping may have a longer waiting time. We will add you a tacking number after 24 hours your order is made. If you cannot receive your parcel by 30 days, please contact our customer service, you can either request a resend or refund on your order.

We are also providing "7-15 Business Days Shipping" by ePacket to selected countries, we charge flat shipping fee for each shipment.

The fastest shipping option we are providing is "4-6 Business Days Shipping" by UPS/Fedex/DHL/TNT to selected countries, we charge flat shipping fee $20.00USD for each shipment.

Our lures are factory adjusted for average performance, you may need to tune your lures to get their best performance in water.
 
Before first time use
You may need to drop extra glue in the eyelets of hooks and tow point. It is helpful to seal your lure completely. 

When you want to tune your lure?
If your lure is not swimming straight like pulling to one side, swimming on the surface, rolling in the water. You may need to tune your lure.

How to tune your lure?
Simply bending the tow point on the bib or nose of the lure to the direction the lure needs to go to swim straight, use long nosed pliers to do this and bend it a little bit at each time. Bend it, re-test it, bend it, re-test it and keep doing this until you get your lure goes straight. Your last bend will be so small you won't even be able to see it. The better you make this adjustment the better the lure will run.

The rules
If the lure swims to LEFT side, bend tow point to the right.
If the lure swims to RIGHT side, bend tow point to the left.
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