Finesse 'Tubby' Suspending Lures
Finesse 'Tubby' Suspending Lures just hang around the strike zone waiting for a fish to see them. Available in 2 sizes 55mm and 65mm.
The magic of the Finesse Tubby’s comes when fishermen learn to hang them for tempting seconds off the noses of otherwise disinterested predators. Neutrally buoyant, the Finesse ‘Tubby’ range of suspending lures can be cast to a target and allowed to sink slowly, getting into tight corners where species like Bream and Bass are holding. This ability to stay in a fish’s strike zone longer, when you are luring for fish that have a narrow feeding zone and are hesitant to move very far up or down to take a lure, is where the value of suspending lures is realised.
These lures perform when sportfish are neither high nor low in the water column and not especially hungry. Warm-water predators might race forward several yards, even farther in clear saltwater, to smack a lure. In winter, there are days when the strike zone is reduced to inches. Hence their growing popularity through the cool-water months when predators have retreated from colder surface temperatures, and their metabolic rates have slowed.
Image; Spangled Emperer