It belongs to the class of lures that takes its name from a pencil, because their shape is almost cylindrical. But in action such simplicity turns into tremendous effectiveness…
Ocean Walker was born for surface fishing, and for this reason it is light and buoyant, but its behavior is strongly influenced by the position of the ring connecting to the line and by the inclination of the chin. Thus the lure tends to emerge with its head, simulating a dying little fish, which is no longer able to keep the underwater trajectory. The work of the user does the rest: the reels are retrieved at a constant speed with the rod tilted over the water, while short jerks are sent to the lure with sharp movements of the tip. The lure proceeds in zig-zag, displacing a large mass of water and generating waves with bubbles that attract surface predators such as sea bass, serra, Lecce and bonito. This style of retrieval is known as WTD (Walking The Dog, because it resembles running a dog on a leash), and causes violent and spectacular attacks.
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