D&S CRANK 55F
D&S means "Deep and Snagless".
Awarded as the best hard lure by a jury of professionals in the European trade show EFFTEX 2010, the D&S Crank brings a new concept to the world of hard baits.
Indeed, this crankbait, such as a Crankster paunchy but with the sharp tail, does not go unnoticed.
Without the two hooks are fitted in this type of lures, the D&S has a unique simple hook with great openness that swivels to ensure the lowest chopped autoclaving.
With its extensive bib, this crankbait have a high dive, moving quickly into the depths and, as its name suggests, surprisingly glides through the snags and rocks.
The hook, protected during the animation by the body of the lure, turns and switches to "autoclaving" during the predator's attack.
Ideal to quickly locate active schools of fish, the D&S Crank will open new horizons and enable access to positions hitherto reserved for fishing with Rubber jigs and other soft lures with Texas mount.
• Length: 55mm (2 1/8")
• Weight: 17.5gr (5/8oz)
• Type: Floating
• swimming depth: 0 to 4.5m (13-18ft)
Passion, innovation and performance are the words which characterize the Sébile creations.
Since the decoys filled with fluid and shimmering scales arising from the series "Possédé" to the "Evidence" series, are distinguished by their particularly realistic swimming, all are manufactured to an elaborate level of quality criteries, with some components and a very high-end finish, allowing each angler to make the best use of their knowledge.
Fish with Sebile and benefit fully from the "Innovative Fishing" concept!
INNOVATIVE HOOK SYSTEM
Based on the principle of off-horn hooks used to perform the famous no-grass mount called "Texas" for flexible lures, equipment in the D&S Crank allows virtually stuck through the posts without snagging.
Sharper than a triple hook, this hook with a single point requires much less energy to achieve 100% accurancy in nailing.
His specific and rotating into your system catch the fish during combat significantly decreasing the disconnectors are very common with traditional cranks.